Housing, Residence Life & Dining Services
Housing and Residence Hall Information
The Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services Office provides a quality living and learning environment for students housed in the University residence hall and apartment system. Housing staff are concerned with the oversight and management of residence services, campus food services, residence hall facilities and educational programming activities. They strive to provide many opportunities for the development and enhancement of human relation skills, personal value systems and leadership skills.
University Residency Policy
The University requires all single freshmen students younger than 21 years old not residing with their parents or legal guardians must reside in University housing and participate in a University meal plan. All freshmen younger than 21 who choose to live off campus will need to complete a Freshman Residency Webform and return it to Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services no later than move-in day.
What are the benefits of living on campus?
Statistics show resident students:
- Are more satisfied with their college experience.
- Have higher GPAs.
- Are more successful at completing their degrees.
- Have better social skills.
- Have greater contact with faculty.
- Feel like part of the campus community.
Residence hall life adds a special dimension to your college experience. Studies show campus residents average higher grades and are better adjusted socially. As a liberal arts University, our goal is to help you succeed in life, not just in class.
Why live on campus?
There are many reasons to live on campus:
- Living and learning accommodations
- Traditional and nontraditional student housing
- One price for room, which includes laundry, cable television and Internet
- Academic support
- Personal support
- Academic skills training
- Convenient location
- Public safety patrol 24/7
- Residence hall live-in staff
Want to stay connected with APSU Housing?
Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/APSUHousing for the latest updates. You can also ask questions about checkout times, meal plans and various other housing or dining questions you might have.
- Extra-long twin sheets
- Pillow/pillow case
- Alarm clock
- Headphones for electronics
- Desk lamp
- Clothes hangers
- Basic cleaning and laundry supplies
- Clothes hampers/laundry basket
- Blow dryer/flat iron/curling iron
- Hair brush and comb
- Cosmetics/shaving supplies
- Clothes/shoes/flip-flops for shower
- Athletic/workout clothes
- Winter coat/scarves/boots
- Bank account info/checks
- Financial Aid forms
- Medical insurance cards
- Important medical records
- Prescription medications/OTC meds
- First aid kit
- Filing System
- Emergency contact information
- Computer/Printer/Thumb drive
- Ethernet cord for laptop to desktop
- Cable TV cords
- Surge protector power strips
- Flash light
- Toilet paper
- Iron – automatic shutoff/board
- Plates, cups, glasses, eating utensils
- Can opener/cooking utensils/pans
- Trash bags
Do NOT bring
- Extension Cords w/o surge protector
- Candles and incense
- Water beds
- Microwave with power greater than 1,000 watts
- Halogen Lamps
- Electric Blankets
- Refrigerators larger than five cubic feet
- Dart board