Our students are engaged in a wide range of academic pursuits that include degree programs in 160 undergraduate and graduate fields delivered by 11 different colleges.
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Living on campus is important
Residence Life provides a safe, diverse, and well-maintained environment that complements and supports the academic mission of the University. We create a dynamic living/learning experience that promotes and inspires individuals to become empowered community members.
Living on campus is an important part of the college experience. Studies show that students who live on campus make better grades, are more involved in campus activities, and are less likely to drop out of college.
These somewhat surprising statements have been documented in several independent studies conducted by professional educators over the past few years. We offer a residence hall system with a sound academic and social atmosphere. Each residence hall provides facilities to satisfy the daily needs of our students.
The FYRE program is designed to assist in students' transition from high school to college by encouraging a connection with the University through academics, campus activities, residence hall programs, and other events that enrich the college experience.
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DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
January 16 > Intent to Graduate Forms Due for May 2015 Commencement
January 17 > Saturday Classes begin
January 19 > Martin Luther King Jr. Day - No Classes
January 21-23 > No ?s Asked Room Changes
January 26-30 > Health and Fire Safety Week
January 26-30 > Re-Claim week
The 2015 Spring and 2015-2016 applications are now available thru the A-State Housing portal
- Only deposit date determines time slot for room selection.
Are you an incoming freshmen or have a question about living on campus?
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