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Residence Halls

First Year Residential Halls

Kays HallArkansas Hall

Suite Layout

Arkansas Hall is home to 350 first year male students. This suite-style building is furnished with wooden twin size bunkable beds, two dressers, two study desks, and two chairs. Students can rearrange the furniture in their rooms to suit their personal preference. The twin sized beds can be adjusted to different positions to allow students to choose a traditional arrangement or one that gives them more floor space. Two Ethernet ports are provided in each bedroom.  Arkansas Hall offers a central kitchen, spacious main lobby, study lounges, and laundry/vending room. Arkansas Hall is located near the Red W.O.L.F. Recreation Center.

Arkansas Hall

Kays Hall

Suite Layout

Kays Hall is an 11-story high rise housing 455 first year students in suite-style accommodations. This coeducational residence hall houses males and females on different wings with card access to the building as well as to wings. Each bedroom has a sink, a large dresser, two twin size beds, two study desks, and two desk chairs. Two Ethernet ports are provided in each bedroom.  The main lobby features a large screen television and pool table. Residents have access to five comfortable lounges (complete with microwaves), a central kitchen, and laundry/vending rooms. Kays is located on the northeast corner of the campus.

University HallUniversity Hall

Suite Layout

University Hall accommodates 300 female students. This five-story suite style building has a laundry/vending room, and central kitchen. Each bedroom is furnished with two twin size beds, two desks, two chairs, and two dressers.  Students can rearrange the furniture in their rooms to suit their personal preference. The beds can be adjusted to different positions to allow students to choose a traditional arrangement or one that gives them more floor space.  Two Ethernet ports are provided in each bedroom.  University Hall is located near the center of campus.
Upper-class Residence Halls

Northpark QuadsNorthpark Quads

Suite Layout

Northpark Quads (NPQ) accommodates 836 students in five separate residential buildings. NPQ also includes a Community Building with a laundry, kitchen, meeting rooms, and administrative offices. Students live in four bedroom two bath suites. Each suite includes a living room and kitchenette. Each bedroom includes a twin size bed, night stand, study desk, chair, dresser, and Ethernet port.  Living rooms are furnished with a couch and coffee table.  Although four of the five buildings are reserved for students with at least one year of college experience, first year students who enroll in summer classes prior to their first fall semester may apply for building one.  Rent in buildings one and two include all breaks; thus residents of these buildings will have access to their rooms during fall, winter, and spring breaks.  NPQ building two is our Global Engagement Learning Community which promotes cultural exchanges between international and domestic students.  NPQ is located between the Baptist Campus Ministry and the Convocation Center.

Collegiate Park

Collegiate Park

Suite Layout

Collegiate Park features all private bedrooms designed exclusively for juniors and seniors. Nestled within the landscaped beauty of the north side of campus, this peaceful community contains two bedroom/two bathroom, two bedroom/one bathroom, and four bedroom/two bathroom flats and townhouses configurations. Bedrooms are furnished with a twin size bed, nightstand, desk, chair, and dresser.  Living room furniture includes a coffee table, either a love seat or couch, and chair.  Kitchens are furnished with a refrigerator and electric stove.  All utilities, cable, and internet are included in the rent. A centrally located clubhouse with a multi-purpose room, laundry, swimming pool, sand volleyball court and a barbeque pavilion make our 334 bedroom complex complete.  Collegiate Park is located north of the Student Union/Parking Garage.

HLL Community

Honors Living-Learning Community

Suite Layout

Honors Living-Learning Community (HLLC) is home to 323 Honors College students.  Both first year and upper-class students live and learn together in the four residential buildings and classroom building.  A first year student can expect to share a room with another first year student.  First year student rooms include two twin size beds, two desks, two chairs, and two Ethernet ports.  Upper-class students are assigned to private bedrooms each containing a full sized bed, dresser, study desk, and chair.  Two bedrooms share a bathroom.  Several study lounges are available for private or group study.  HLLC is located near the Fowler Center.

STEM

STEM Den

Suite Layout

Students majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, or a related discipline may elect to live in the STEM Den Community.  These highly motivated students live in one of 50 private bedrooms in this suite style accommodation.  Students may select either two bedrooms – one bathroom or four bedrooms – two bathrooms configurations. Each bedroom is furnished with a full size bed, a desk, a chair, a night stand, and Ethernet port.  The multipurpose room includes a smart board.  Each floor has two study lounges.  A full size kitchen can be found on the first floor.  STEM Den is located near the Red W.O.L.F. Recreation Center.

ROTC

ROTC

Suite Layout

The ROTC Living Learning Community houses 50 Reserve Officers’ Training Corp cadets dedicated to improving leadership and unit cohesion.  First year and returning students live in this three story suite style community.  Students may select either two bedrooms – one bathroom or four bedrooms – two bathrooms configurations.   Each bedroom is furnished with a full size bed, study desk, chair, night stand, and Ethernet port. Students have access to a multi-purpose room, on site laundry, lounges, and study rooms.  The ROTC Living Learning Community is located on Danner Avenue.

RWD


Red Wolf Den

Suite Layout

Red Wolf Den (RWD) is A-State’s newest apartment complex housing 189 students.  Apartments are fully furnished with full sized beds, dressers, night stands, couches, coffee tables, refrigerators, electric stoves, garbage disposals, dishwashers, study desks, and chairs. Students are able to select one of the following apartment styles: two bedrooms/one bathroom, three bedrooms/one bathroom, and four bedroom/ two bathrooms units. All utilities, cable, and internet are included in the rent. RWD residents have access to the Commons Building containing the laundry, multi-purpose room, kitchen, and reception desk.  RWD is located near the Convocation Center.

The Village

The Village

Apartment
House

The Village is available for married students with or without children, single parents, graduate students and non-traditional undergraduates who are 26 years of age. The Village consists of 50 two-bedroom houses and one, two, and three-bedroom apartments. Each unit has one bathroom.  The houses include central heat, a refrigerator, gas stove, and washer/dryer connections.  The apartments are furnished with a refrigerator, electric stove, dishwasher, central heat and air unit, and bar.  Each apartment has an Ethernet port in each bedroom and living room.  All utilities, local phone, and cable are included in The Village rent. Children have access to The Village playground.  Although some apartments have washer/dryer connections, an onsite laundry is available to residents.

Greek Village

Arkansas State University’s Greek Village is composed of five houses each accommodating a sorority.  The following Greek organizations have a sorority house:  Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, Chi Omega, Delta Zeta, and Zeta Tau Alpha.   Each two story house includes a large chapter room, television lounge, kitchen, and laundry.  Twenty sorority women who are at least sophomore status reside in each house.  Rent includes all utilities, cable, as well as hardwired and wireless internet access.   The Greek Village is located along Aggie Road in close proximity to the Red W.O.L.F. Recreation Center.

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