North Residence Hall

Living on campus allows residents to grow, form lifelong friendships and explore new passions while creating their own unique living and learning experience.

First- and second-year students reside in the 220-bed North Residence Hall. North Residence Hall is located on the fifth through seventh floors of the Recreation and Student Center and is designed to foster balance between social activities and students’ studies.

On the first floor, you will find a hub of activity where students enjoy the full-service dining facility, student organizations set up booths in the lobby, and fans cheer on the Eutectics in the competition gymnasium.

Residents also have plenty of places to relax, hang with friends or stay active.

The student lounge located on the third floor is home to ping-pong and pool tables, a video game lounge and TV area. Located across from the student lounge, the Student Fitness Center provides state-of-the-art equipment, a two-lane, 200-meter indoor track, recreational gymnasium and a group exercise room.

North Residence Hall includes:

  • Common area for relaxing and socializing
  • Study lounges
  • Community kitchenette
  • Low-cost laundry facilities
  • Vending machines
  • Mailroom
  • Optional data-line phone with voicemail
  • 24/7 security and card-access only

Single- and Double-Occupancy Rooms
North Residence Hall bedrooms overlook the city or the Quad. Rooms are shared by two roommates. Bathrooms join two rooms, and they are shared by four suitemates.

Each room includes basic cable, movie-streaming services, Wi-Fi and comes fully furnished with an extra-long twin bed, desk, desk chair, dresser and closet for each resident. Bathrooms feature a shower, toilet and double-sink vanity.



Download the North Residence Hall room and furniture measurements.

Living and Learning Community

Want to connect with students who share your unique interests? Living and Learning Communities offer students a comfortable environment that allows students to live alongside other students who share their specific interests, and engage with them both in and out of the classroom.

Diversity and Global Citizenship Living and Learning Community
This community brings together first- and second-year students from diverse backgrounds. Students will enroll in shared courses that explore personal identities, social justice and globalization. Members of this community also engage in activities outside the classroom that foster community with each other and visiting scholars from around the world.

For more information, or to apply for a living and learning community, contact Heather French, vice president for student affairs, at or 314.446.8532.