Living on a college campus is an exciting aspect of higher education. Many people have fond memories of their college years — from late night philosophical discussions with roommates to spontaneous outbursts of music and singing to that last study session with your best friends. By cultivating and encouraging active participation in this close-knit, intentionally Christian community, Spring Arbor University is committed to providing you with the best possible residence life experience, but we can’t do it alone. Your contribution to campus culture and community is just what we’ve been waiting for.
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Below are all the housing options available to students at Spring Arbor University. Traditional residence halls are typically reserved for underclassmen. This type of housing encourages the formation of a strong community. These buildings range from two to four floors with each floor sharing common bathroom facilities.
The Villages and Koinonia Houses (K-Houses) are generally reserved for upperclassmen.
West Arbor Apartments, located off of Chapel Rd. on Park Dr., are available for specific groups of people – married students*, students with families* and select employees.
*The occupant must be carrying enough hours to total 26 semester hours or more during three consecutive semesters plus the intervening summer session. Any time it is determined that a normal full-time load for the remainder of this period cannot meet this requirement, the apartment occupant may be required to move. View Family Housing Handbook Page for more information.
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