Residence Life and Housing
Augustana is a residential college committed to learning and growth beyond the classroom. The residence life program is grounded in a commitment to not only support each student's academic pursuits, but to contribute to the personal growth of students through a wide variety of programs and activities.
The College affirms the value of living in community and, therefore, requires students to live in college-owned housing (see Policies and Procedures for additional information about the Residency Requirement). Approximately three-fourths of the student body live in residence halls, apartments, and theme houses managed by Residence Life and Housing. Here, students are able to make connections between their academic and social experiences, truly living and learning in an inviting and comfortable campus environment.
Within Residence Life and Housing, you'll find information about each of the following areas:
Visit Residential Communities for detailed information about the many housing options available to students at Augie.
Visit Housing for information about housing costs, forms, and other processes and procedures.
Visit Policies and Procedures for expectations and requirements related to living on-campus at Augie.
We've tried to compile a list of our most commonly asked questions about living on-campus at Augie. View Frequently Asked Questions for a quick answer to some of your questions.
Curious about what to bring with you when you arrive on campus? Visit What to Pack for a list of items we recommend you have (and a few you should leave at home!).