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A shared kitchen on each floor includes a refrigerator, microwave, cooktop and oven. It is available for all hall residents to use 24/7. Cooking equipment can be checked out from the front desk.
The residence hall has a large main lounge available to the campus community on the first floor with pool, couches and large televisions. There is also a lounge on each floor adjacent to the kitchen which has couches and big-screen TV. Additional study spaces are available throughout the building.
As part of the First-Year Experience program, living on campus is an important component of a student’s first year at OSU-Cascades. Living in the FYE community provides unique resources and connections that help students create a successful and well-rounded college experience.
More information about First Year Experience
While first-year students are required to live on campus, a growing number of Sophomore and Above students find equal value and benefits from living on campus. To further accommodate students who are older than our traditionally-aged first year students, we offer Sophomore and Above communities.
More information about Sophomores and Above.
Community is about more than buildings. It's about the people and the environment around you. Honors College (HC) residents are surrounded by like-minded students who appreciate a healthy balance of peace and quiet mixed with inspiring academic activities and stimulating social experiences.
All room types are open to graduate students but many choose to live in apartment-style suites, complete with kitchenette.
More information about Graduate Housing
The resident director is a professional staff member who lives in the hall and supervises the student staff members. Contact the resident director for help transitioning to college life, room changes and roommate issues, guidance and support.
The four resident assistants are live-in student staff members. Contact them with questions about your building as well as for help with personal, social and academic needs, and general community issues.