Welcome to your home away from home!
Transitioning from high school life to college life can be challenging for first year students, especially coming from a different country. Living on-campus will be an important part of your experience. It will give you opportunities to establish lifelong friendships, and help you get involved in campus activities. Each floor has an RA (resident assistant) who serves as a mentor or a resource for any information you may need about our campus community.
Students must plan to arrive in Angola before the International Student Orientation and New Student Orientation. The residence halls will be open for new international students on August 15. International Student Orientation will be held on August 16. New Student Orientation will begin August 17. All new students are expected to attend the orientation. Classes will begin August 20.
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Students who are married, responsible for a dependent child, living at home with a parent or guardian, or 21 years of age may choose to live off-campus near the university. We will try our best to help you, but please remember that if you choose to live off-campus, it is ultimately your responsibility to find your own housing. For more information on off-campus housing, contact David Colbert.