Safety. All residential areas have an assigned Community Policing Officer responsible for educating residents on how to stay safe on campus.
One Payment. Living off campus results in a lot of bills that on-campus students don’t have, as their services are all wrapped up in one payment.
Convenience. Feel like getting up 15 minutes before class? It’s not a problem when living on campus, plus on-campus residents avoid the hassle of commuting.
Dining. Eat great food at just about any time of day at multiple dining locations. Residents are never more than a five-minute walk from their next meal.
Campus Involvement. Build leadership skills by participating in activities and organizations on campus and within housing communities.
Academic Success. Living on campus provides increased access to academic support resources, as well as a supportive learning environment.
Support. Every hall has staff members who are trained to help residents succeed in and out of class both personally and professionally.
Companionship. When living on campus, there is always an opportunity to meet new people, making the transition from home much easier.
Tradition. Memories made with fellow Lakers while living on campus will be retold for years to come and the bonds will last forever.