We have four residential buildings. We have Parsons, Spangler, Baran, and Burton apartments. In every building that we have on campus there is some type of community space. You know, there's a flat screen TV, there's an open kitchen, there's a fireplace where students can study. There's also the laundry room. We also have a small exercise room.
There's always an RA on call as well as our Residence Directors are on call. Campus life is organized in the Trautman Union Building, also known as the TUB. And they host comedy nights, they have bingo nights. And they even host the spring fest, which is super fun. So there's, like, carnival games and, like, cotton candy.
Community is probably the biggest value that we try include in everything that we do.
We're very diverse in race and religion and disability or ability. And there's just such a mixture of ideas and backgrounds.
You know, definitely living on campus-- it's definitely helped me meet new students. Especially around the world. On a given night, I'll have my door open you just have different residents walk by. I think having a diverse campus makes for a more inclusive community.