Upperclass Student Housing
Find all the comforts of home—plus all the excitement of campus life—in our upperclass residence halls.
Located on the east side of campus, Roderick Hall is a two-story building providing suite-style living for approximately 95 male and female students in separate suites. Roderick is typically a sophomore hall, though it is open to all upper-class students. Each suite contains four single bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a common living area complete with furniture. Roderick Hall has two laundry facilities located on the first floor which are shared with Alumni Hall. All residents in Roderick are on the unlimited meal plan. There are four Resident Assistants in the building (two on each floor).
Did you know: Roderick Hall received all new furniture in summer 2012 including beds with loft capabilities. All rooms were renovated in summer 2013 to incorporate new flooring, bathrooms, and showers.
Apartments 1, 2, 3, 4
Located on the north side of campus near Lake Jovita are Apartments 1, 2, 3, and 4. All four apartment buildings are home to upper-class students, though Apartments 1 and 2 are predominantly juniors and sophomores (with 190 residents) and Apartments 3 and 4 are predominantly seniors and juniors (with 320 residents). All rooms in Apartments 3 and 4 are single rooms that share a full kitchen, while Apartments 1 and 2 contain single or double rooms with full or efficiency kitchen options. Residents of these apartments have the choice of the 5, 10, or unlimited meal plan. The apartments have fifteen Resident Assistants (one RA per floor). Resident Assistants sit each night in the lobbies of each building. Apartments 3 and 4 have elevators and ground level entrances on two floors (as they are built into a hill). Professional staff live on the first floor of each of the four Apartment buildings. The first floor of Apartment 4 houses the Prayer and Mindfulness Living Learning Community. Please visit the Living Learning Communities section of our website for more information about this great community.
Apartments 5 & 6
Apartments 5 and 6 are our newest residence halls. Apartment 5 opened in August 2012 and Apartment 6 opened in August 2013. Apartments 5 and 6 are both four story buildings providing suite-style living for approximately 150 male and female students (per building) in separate suites. These apartments are open to all upper-class students. Most suites contain four single bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a common living area complete with furniture, a built-in flat screen television, and full size refrigerator. Each suite contains a common access storage closet located off the living room for bike and other storage. Each building has laundry facilities on the second floor and elevator access. All residents in Apartments 5 and 6 are on the unlimited meal plan. There are four Resident Assistants per building (one on each floor). RA's can be found each evening in the common area on the first floor.
Apartment 5 features campus community space in the form of a large lounge area that includes gaming televisions/play area, a fitness center, arcade gaming area, large saltwater aquarium, and state of the art energy pods in our Relaxation Room.
The first floor of Apartments 5 and 6 each house a separate Living Learning Community. The Active Living Learning Community is in Apartment 5 and the Service Learning Living Learning Community is in Apartment 6. Please visit the Living Learning Communities section of our website for more information about these incredible communities.
East Campus Apartments
The East Campus apartments are located in Dade City approximately 4 miles from the main University campus. The East Campus apartments are composed of two buildings in a wooded setting with Dade City residential properties next door. Each building is two floors, with four apartments on each floor. Approximately 50 students live in the East Campus apartments as well as two Resident Assistants (one RA per building) and a professional staff member. Apartments open to an exterior hallway with stairwells on each side. Apartments contain a foyer, dining room, full kitchen with laundry and storage, living room, screened in patio, and two double rooms (the A room has a bathroom directly outside the bedroom door, the B room has a bathroom that opens into the bedroom). The second floor apartments feature high vaulted ceilings. East Campus students may choose any meal plan or choose not to have a meal plan at all.