Resources Related to Housing & Campus Dining
Office of Residence Life
Residence Life consists of over 200 professional, graduate, and student staff that work together to create a residential experience for your student.
For more information visit the Residence Life website.
University Dining offers a variety of meal plan options for both residential and commuter students. There are two types of dining plan "currency" that comprise the meal plans:
- Meals used in all-you-care-to-eat dining halls: Sometimes referred to as "meal swipes," these refer to entry into a campus all-you-care-to-eat dining hall, including Fox Dining Commons and McGauvran Student Center. These dining halls are set-up buffet style.
- River Hawk Dollars: Sometimes referred to as "points," River Hawk Dollars are currency loaded onto student ID cards that can be used at retail dining establishments on campus, including locations such as Starbucks, Subway, or the POD Market in Fox Hall. River Hawk Dollars can be reloaded at any point in the semester at an additional cost.
For more information visit the University Dining website.
Off Campus Living
The Office of Student and Family Support Services provides a central location for off-campus students to get guidance, support, and resources for their off-campus experience. Students, faculty, and staff can also view available rental listings on the Off Campus Housing website.