More than 90% of our students reside on campus, so you'll live among people who represent a remarkable mix of cultures and life experiences.
Living and breathing in such a diverse and intellectually engaging environment means you'll meet people and develop friendships through everyday encounters that include everything from debating Kierkegaard to competing in Guitar Hero.
You'll have a variety of living and dining options:
To help you adjust to living away from home, our residence halls have upperclass resident advisors (RAs) who coordinate activities designed to foster the kind of mutual support and peer learning that residential life is all about. The events range from dinners out in Galesburg and daytrips to Chicago, to study breaks and group tutoring opportunities, to workshops on life skills and relationships.