Living on campus is convenient when it comes to going to classes and club meetings, and it's also convenient in terms of food, since the cost for housing includes food from the dining hall. The dorms themselves are spacious, especially in the suites. The traditional freshman dorms are slightly more cramped, but it's nice that residents only have to share the bathroom with no more than five other students. The school is currently in the process of building new dorms, which will open in the fall of 2010, making it easier to sign up for a room.
Due to the young age of the campus, the dorms are new, so nothing found in the dorms is particularly worn out. There are dens next to the laundry rooms, with gaming systems and a pool table that keep residents entertained. Additionally, there are kitchens students can use to cook food when they’re bored with dining hall food, but getting access to them is somewhat difficult and often not worth it. The online housing system allows students to pick what kind of roommate(s) they want, so hopefully it ends up being a bearable living situation for them.