Campus housing is split between seven dormitories, and two apartments complexes.
Southgate is an off-campus housing complex owned and operated by the university. Southgate is restricted to upperclassmen and
offers studio and one bedroom apartments as well as two and three bedroom apartments.
Recently constructed, Columbia is an on-campus facility. It is named in to honor the fallen astronauts of the Space Shuttle Columbia. Each building in the complex is named
after one of the killed crew members.
Restricted to freshmen, Roberts Hall is a newly constructed coeducational dormitory. It is seven stories tall, and also serves
as the headquarters for WFIT, the official campus radio station.
This dormitory is restricted to international students. It is one of the oldest buildings on campus, and is the only dormitory
which contains classrooms. The building is named in honor of astronaut Gus Grissom.