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Our fully furnished suites and apartments are spacious, our rates are all-inclusive and our payment plans are flexible. There are multiple room types available, whether you prefer a single apartment or sharing a bedroom, and our population ranges from first year to transfer to grad students.

We offer Living Learning and Themed Communities to help students feel better connected to the University as well as their roommates and neighbors. Community living offers an even higher level of support and programming than the rest of The Village – a huge benefit if you are new to the college experience or want to immerse yourself in a particular theme!


 

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Community

 

Living Learning Communities

  • ELEVATE 
  • ELEVATE 2.0
  • Honors First Year
  • Social Justice

Themed Communities

  • Welcome Home
  • Transfer Students
  • 24-Hour Quiet 
  • Rainbow Alliance
  • Warrior Spirit

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Room Type

 

First Year

  • Apartment
  • Single Suite
  • Double Deluxe (Village I or II)
  • Triple Suite

Upper Class

  • Apartment
  • Double Deluxe (Village II or III)

You Will Never Be Alone

Every community has two peer mentors to help with your University transition: a Peer Academic Leader (PAL) and a Resident Assistant (RA). Both peer mentors will take the time to get to know you and help you create connections within your community.


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A Peer Academic Leader will help you plan for your classes, explore majors, and connect you with campus resources.

"My PALs made it way less stressful to come to Stan State. I have developed a great relationship with them which makes it super easy when I need help." 

 - Brenda, Upperclassman

 


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A Resident Assistant will connect you with your neighbors, host social events, and support you through your college journey. 

"My RAs always checked up to see how things were going, brought  snacks or words of encouragement, and invited us to events on campus. At first I was annoyed, but then I realized how thankful I was for them."

- Nicole, First Year