there’s a difference between “dorms” and “residence halls.”
one simply sleeps in a dorm—but in a residence hall, you’ll be enveloped in positive experiences that’ll help you learn, live and grow. um provides nine different residence halls for students to interact and interweave, and each residence hall offers a unique range of amenities, from private baths to kitchen amenities to apartment-style living. and each residence hall is conveniently located a short distance from classrooms, recreational facilities, food services, administrative offices and the library. in other words, you’ll be doing a lot more than just sleeping.
important dates – spring 2021
|december 11||halls close at 5 pm|
|january 8||halls open at 8 am for spring term|
|january 11||classes begin for spring term|
|january 18||martin luther king jr. holiday (university closed)|
|march 19||spring break – halls close (except brooke, lund, and peck) at 5 pm|
|march 28||halls open at 2 pm|
|may 7||halls close at 5 pm (unless graduating)|
|may 8||halls close at 1 pm for graduates|
|may 10||may term classes begin|
|may 31||memorial day (university closed)|
we apologize for the inconvenience, microfridge rentals are on a first come first serve basis and we do not currently have any available. please contact the housing and residence life office at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be placed on a waiting list.