Living On Campus
At first, having a place to live on campus may seem a little
basic. But if you're like many students, college is a first step
into the "bigger world" of living on your own-a world of making
decisions, taking responsibility for your future and encountering
people and ideas that will be new, challenging and
Because that first step often is a pretty big one, you might
appreciate a little help making the transition into life at Butler
and beyond. That´s where Residence Life can help.
Residence Life provides many types of housing options to meet
student needs, including an all female hall, coed halls, a
suite-style facility and apartment options for continuing students
and eligible transfer students.
Live in staff play a huge part in the development and management
of our residential communities. In addition, our staff members
promote student development through a variety of programs for
groups as well as individual interactions. A Resident Assistant
(RA) lives on each unit in the residence halls to help students'
transition to college and maximize their experience. A fulltime
Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) manages each residence hall. One
or more faculty members live in each residence hall to facilitate a
living learning community. Other live in staff provide leadership
and management for the apartment options. In addition to live in
Residence Life staff, all of our on campus facilities are serviced
by trained University housekeeping and maintenance personnel.
Click on the links to the left in order to review more specifics
about our on campus housing options.