Live, learn, and grow on campus. As a campus resident, you’ll participate in a community of actively involved students who enjoy convenient access to classes, academic resources, personal support services, and interaction with campus leaders. The Office of Residence Life strives to provide a living environment where engaging conversations and communities lead to the development of life skills, leadership skills, and a holistic educational experience.
Our residents enjoy three very different living environments: five traditional residence halls, two apartment buildings, and twenty-one rental houses.
C of I students who are not yet 21, unmarried, and without dependent children live in campus housing for six semesters. For more information about our residency requirement, go to the Philosophy section of the Residential Life webpage.