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Housing & Residence Life: Getting Started

Are you thinking of living on campus? We're happy to hear that you might be joining us. Armstrong students who live on campus get better grades and have a more comprehensive college experience than those who live elsewhere. You will find study groups, great food, peer advisors, staff counselors, educational programs and mentors all in your residential community. The proximity to campus resources, and the ability to be truly immersed in your campus experience are what residence life is all about! 

We have a variety of on campus housing options to choose from, all of which accommodate the needs of our entire student population. From the suite-style first-year residence hall, Windward Commons, to the apartment-style communities featured in upperclassmen housing, you will find unique floor plans yet consistent amenities as well as staffing all in place to ensure student success.

Take a look at just a few of the added benefits of an on-campus housing experience.


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