Types of Housing
One of the great things about living at SRU is you have so many different housing options. This gives you the ability to discover and choose the kind of living environment that works for you.
Some students prefer living in our Residence Halls (where we offer traditional, studio, and suite options) or our Rock Apartments, while others prefer renting a place off campus. Some students enjoy living with a lot of people, while others like having just one roommate or living by themselves.
No matter what your preference, SRU has an ideal housing option for you!
Living in SRU's Residence Halls is a great way to make new friends and really take in the college experience. We offer a number of different room types including two and four person suites that have an apartment feel and include private bedrooms, bathrooms, a social lounge common area, and a snack prep area.
Living Learning Communities
Being part of a community is about making connections with others who have common interests. Living Learning Communities (LLCs) at SRU give you all the advantages of living on campus in a residence hall-with the added benefit of living among a group that shares academic goals and interests.
SRU's Rock Apartments are furnished, have their own laundry facilities, and are close to campus. You get your own room, a kitchen and dining area, and a living room that can be used for relaxing with friends or getting together with a study group. The best of on-campus living at a competitive price!
SRU offers summer housing, too. All summer school students and full-time student workers are housed in our Rock Apartments. If you're moving from the residence halls at the close of finals week and need to stay on campus, you'll be able to make arrangements to move directly into Rock Apartments.
SRU does not have on-campus housing specifically for graduate students. The course catalog has a link for off campus housing ideas. Unfortunately, the Office of Housing and Residence Life is unable to assist with recommendations for off-campus living.
In addition to our on-campus options, students can also choose to seek out apartments, houses, or rooms to rent off campus. The Office of Student Government Association (SGA) maintains a list of rental units to assist you in finding off-campus housing.