Liberty's Office of Student Housing (OSH) coordinates On-and Off-Campus housing assignments. Ensuring safe, secure and sanitary residence halls, OSH communicates with other university departments to maintain quality standards of housing.
Your student has four areas of campus living and various types of accommodations to choose from. These choices include traditional-style hall housing, quad-living residences, apartment-style living and off-campus hotel style rooms. All residence halls have wireless internet access. Each resident hall offers a distinctively different experience.
Apartment-style living on campus in double and triple occupancy room designs. Campus East also includes a common area with a living room and kitchen. Each room has a private bath. An apartment can house up to seven students. All apartments have a standard kitchen, dining area and living room. Unique to this style housing, each apartment also has a washer and dryer set included. Students living in Campus East are completely responsible for cleanliness.
Featuring a "suite style" setting with double occupancy rooms, each quad apartment has five bedrooms and two communal bathrooms. All quads have a standard kitchen, dining area and living room. Cleaning services are provided for common areas and bathrooms.
The Hill and The Circle
Each traditional style residence hall typically offers 24, triple occupancy rooms per floor. Rooms are designed for three people with two large communal bathrooms.
The Residential Annex
A short distance from Main Campus, The Residential Annex features hotel style living. With double occupancy rooms, the Annex offers dining, swimming and laundry facilities onsite and regular transportation to main campus. Unique to this style housing is an on-site dining facility and café, student lounge and outdoor pool. Students are completely responsible for cleanliness of rooms.
The South Tower
Six stories high with a central elevator, is all female and each room is double occupancy.
Students living in Liberty's residence halls must be between the ages of 17 and 29, unmarried, and enrolled in a residential degree program. Our staff will work one-on-one with any student who has special needs in order to accomodate their residential needs.
If you student wishes to remain on campus over the summer, due to coursework or employment, we offer a summer housing program. Applications are available online during each spring semester at the student housing website.