Living on-campus is an integral part of the undergraduate liberal arts education of Stetson University, so much so, that we have had a three year residency requirement for over a decade. Learning and living in a diverse community of peers is a transformative experience that prepares students for their careers and a lifetime of significance in communities around the world.
Incoming students benefit from a centralized first year experience located in Carson-Hollis, Gordis, Nemec, and Smith Halls. Our program is crafted to support new students transition to living on campus and foster meaningful and intentional connections as they author their own experiences.
Gendered by building, this shared room residence hall conveniently located next to the Cici and Hyatt Brown Hall For Health and Innovation.Hall Living
This hall is gendered by floor, with shared rooms located near the Athletic Training Center and home to our first-year Football Community.Gordis Living
Nemec is made up of living sections or "pods" of shared and individual rooms, with a community space and an academic hub.Nemec Living
Conrad's shared-occupancy rooms serve as home to first year and upper-division residents in the Honors and Bonner Program.Conrad Living
This three story residence hall comes with a historic charm and is our only all women option with shared suite style rooms.Chaudoin Living
Students Living On-Campus
HOW TO APPLY &
Applying to live on campus is easy, and for Fall entry, the application becomes available online via Housing Central in February of each year. If you apply by the priority deadline of April 1, you’ll be able to choose your preferred residence hall, as well as a roommate, if you would like to room with a particular fellow student.
With a progressive housing model, continuing and transfer students experience an increase of autonomy and ownership in their housing options. In company with continued support, community, safety, and access to vibrant campus resources they are also able to shape their living experiences with a residential learning program like Community Catalyst Houses, 24 Hour Quiet Living, and Fraternity & Sorority Living.
Emily Hall is an option for students who would like a shared-occupancy and gender-inclusive room with a suite-style bathroom.Emily Living
Hatter Hall is an option for students seeking an increase in privacy with individual living space and shared bathroom facilities.Hatter Living
MORE ON-CAMPUS HOUSING
FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS
The transition to a post-college lifestyle can be just as challenging as beginning college and a goal of upperclass housing is to promote the life skills necessary to help our students navigate and excel during this transition. Our goals in this area are to challenge students to engage in community while enjoying greater independence, and to help students prepare for post-graduate steps such as internships, job searches, standardized examinations, and/or graduate applications.
Stetson will become a home away from home. A community where you can be yourself, explore yourself, and become the best version of you. Explore our online map to see a bird's-eye view of where the residence halls and apartments are located in relation to the rest of the DeLand campus. You can also learn more about our residence hall rates and what each housing option offers.
Tell us more about yourself, so that we can assist in mapping out your future with us.Request Info
Applying online to Stetson is easy using our application with support from admissions.Application
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