Gain independence by living in the new student housing facility scheduled to open for the Fall, 2017 Semester. Campus life makes it easier for you to connect with other students and research suggests that students who reside on campus are more successful academically. In addition to a fitness center and hiking trails on campus, you are just minutes away from Centreville, Sturgis and Three Rivers, Michigan, where you’ll have access to coffee shops, dining, grocery stores, parks, recreation and more.
All applicants must fill out an application form. Space is limited and filling out an application does not guarantee a room. If you have questions about student housing or the application process, please contact the Housing Office via our Contact Form.
Our new student housing features 108 beds with two living options available:
- Two Bedroom Suite – Fall and Winter: $3100/term; Summer: $2800/term (Cost is per person)
- Four Bedroom Suite – Fall and Winter: $2800/term; Summer: $2500/term (Cost is per person)
- Furnished living space
- Full kitchen with stove, microwave and full-size refrigerator
- Bed, dresser and closet
- Secure access to bedroom
- Main floor fireplace
- Common study/meeting areas on all floors
- Laundry room
- Free wi-fi
Check out the Student Housing Handbook for all housing related policies, procedures, guidelines, and current information.
Devier Suites now accepting applications!
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