Living On Campus
We know that no two students are the same and each one has different needs and interests. The Office of Residential Life and Student Conduct is pleased to offer a variety of housing options to suit the needs of our undergraduate residential students.
Each of our residence halls provide a special interest living community for those students with specific interests in mind:
Academic Excellence: 24 Hours Quiet Hours Living Community – Located in Cooper Hall, this community is designed for students wishing to focus significantly on their academic pursuits. As the smallest residence hall, Cooper Hall provides a quiet setting,
First Year Achievement Program (FYA) – Located in Bodine Hall, the FYA Program is designed to provide First Year Students with a comprehensive support system for academic success. The FYA Program offers academically focused programming, personal academic support resources from our First Year Mentors, referrals for studying/support services and much more. It is HIGHLY recommended that first year students enroll in the program. All participants are required to attend one (1) program per month of the semester provided through the FYA Program.
Compass: Explore, Engage, Connect – Located in Barnum Hall, this community is a collaborative agreement between the Office of Career Services, The School of Business, and the Office of Residence Life. This residential living learning community is devoted to School of Business students, followed by all students interested in being active participants in their own career development, and eventually becoming members of the Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society. Members of Compass attend special academic support and career-oriented programs, and learn how to network with alumni and with members of the local Fairfield County business community as an integral part of their career their own unique development.
UB the Change: Community Service Living Community – Located in Seeley Hall, this community is designed for those students with an interest in community service, service learning, civic engagement and social justice. All students in the community agree to do four (4) hours of community service per week supporting the local and UB Community. Students on work-study can apply their community service time towards their work study credit.
Upperclassman Living Community – Located in Chaffee Hall, this community offers traditional style housing in a recently renovated and air conditioned residence hall. Students with 60+ credits, and graduate students, can enjoy year-round living in a comfortable and educationally focused living environment.