At SNU, we believe that living on campus is important to your success and journey as a student and encourage ALL undergraduate students to be a part of our residential community. We are certain on-campus living contributes greatly to a student’s development as national research performed at colleges and universities indicates that students who live on campus enjoy a more positive and rewarding university experience. They tend to be more involved, develop better study habits, have more contact with faculty and staff, and achieve higher grades. SNU is committed to enhancing your development outside of the classroom by providing a community in which you can grow and learn by interaction with other students and support from residential staff. Residence Life utilizes a creative blend of of programs and activities to help you reach your full potential.
2013-14 Academic Year Housing Memo & Pricing
2013-14 Academic Year Housing Application
2013 Summer Housing Application
SNU Housing Comparison for Traditional Dormitory Living Areas
SNU Housing Comparison for Apartments and Townhouses
For 2013-2014 SNU will offer six residential options:
A.M. Hills Residential Complex: Residence Hall for men and women (freshman through seniors). Non-freshman suites are assigned through a drawing of eligible applicants (based on a points system).
Asbury Apartments: Living Area for upperclassmen women. Apartments are assigned through a drawing of eligible applicants (based on a points system).
Bracken Hall: Residence Hall open to women.
Chapman Apartments: Living Area for upperclassmen men and women. Apartments are assigned through a drawing of eligible applicants (based on a points system).
Imel Townhouses: Living Area for women (sophomores through seniors). Rooms within the townhouses are assigned through a drawing of eligible applicants (based on a points system).
Snowbarger Hall: Residence Hall open to men.
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