Residence Life

Live and Learn on Campus
Living on campus means you'll be part of the Post family. You'll not only meet new roommates and friends, but there's also a whole community of people here to help you get adjusted to campus life.


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Located on the lower level of the Leever Student Center, the Office of Residence Life seeks to help students reach their full potential by striving to foster a healthy and safe living learning community.  We embrace diversity and promote our vision through individual enrichment and leadership development opportunities. 

Professional Staff; Residence Directors (RD’s) and Building Coordinators (BC’s) live in and oversee all six of our residence halls in order to ensure the safety and well-being of all residents.  There is a professional staff member on call 24/7, in conjunction with campus security, to ensure that this safety and security is maintained at all times.

Additionally, Resident Assistants (RA’s) live in the halls in order to encourage positive social interaction and enhance students’ co-curricular learning.  RA’s are responsible for enforcing policies, acting as a resource and referral agent, and planning and implementing purposeful programming for the residents in their area. 

Residence Life - What to Bring Packing List

2017-18 Housing Application for Incoming Freshmen

2016-17 Housing Application for Returning Students