Housing areas are divided amongst single men, single women, married couples with kids, and married couples without kids. Most housing is very nice and up-to-date, although the single ladies' apartments needs some minor improvements. The good news, however, is that Alumni Hall is currently being renovated, and will be ready for these single ladies by the fall semester of 2010.
The dorms are in the best condition, and although married housing is not as new, it is still in commendable condition. You only have a choice in housing if you are married and have kids. For families with kids, Harmony Heights is the best, the biggest, and the most expensive (although still very affordable). Holly Hill, although not as new, is still in good condition and a good area for kids to play. Hemlock Heights (aka Honeymoon Hill) is the housing area for married students without children. The duplexes here are a little small but very nice and in very good condition. For the single male students, Kelly Hall is the only option but is extremely up-to-date. In 2005, a $1.7 million renovation was completed to restore this historic building. Single women currently occupy the Courts Apartments, but will eventually move to Alumni Hall when renovation of that housing area is completed.