Our program consists of the South 40 and the North Side, where over 4500 students call Residential Life home during the academic year.
Wondering where to park your bike on campus? Need to know where to go when you’re locked out of your room? Stay up to date on our Residential Life Policies and Procedures!
Our Online Forms range from Maintenance Requests, to Party and Guest Registrations. Even if you have a general question about Residential Life, please fill out a contact form and we will be sure to answer in a timely manner.
Many of our upperclass students live on the North Side, which consists of residential communities on the Northwest corner of the Danforth Campus and in our neighborhoods near campus. Each of which provides a variety of programs and amenities for students to enjoy.
Nicknamed “The Forty” because it is forty acres located directly south of the Danforth Campus, this space is home to about 3200 residents in twenty-four residence halls, as well as recreational space, computer clusters, campus eateries, and much, much more. “The Forty” is a place to study, sleep, eat, relax, and form new friendships.
- December 10th
24 hour Quiet Hours begin at 11pm
- December 15th
Last day to register to stay for Winter Break
- December 21st
Halls close at 5pm for Winter Break
- January 12th
Halls reopen for Spring semester at 8:30am
- January 15th
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day - No Classes
- January 16th
First day of Spring Semester classes
- January 29
Housing application renewals begin