Housing for College Students

Housing for College Students

The University of North Carolina’s undergraduate program offers residence options with full-time residential staff and key-card access. Residence Halls A-F are located in the central campus. Most first-year and second-year students reside here. Apartment areas do not close during the holiday and spring break periods. Populations generally residing in apartment areas include upper-level students, non-traditional aged students and international students. High School students have separate residence halls on UNCSA campus.

Residence halls and apartments contain a mix of students from various arts areas and class years. This arrangement maximizes your opportunity to learn from, network with, and socialize among students with varied backgrounds, experiences, and interests. Beyond the living quarters, there are common spaces created to promote and develop a sense of community. Lounge areas for TV viewing and recreational and educational programming, a student-run coffee house, a kitchen and laundry facilities are at your convenience.

Residence Halls
Residence Halls A-F are reserved for freshmen and sophomore college students.

High School Residence Halls

Residence Halls A-F are three floors with each floor having four double-occupancy rooms and eight single-occupancy rooms. There are several special interest floors.

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Room & Roommates
Room and roommate assignments for the fall semester are mailed one month before classes start.

The doors are locked 24 hours a day and have a computerized keyless entry system. This system is design to keep all non-UNCSA affiliated persons out of the college residence halls. There is professional residence life staff on site.