If you want a rich college experience filled with lifelong friendships and an active social life, you should live on campus at UNI.
Megan witnessed friendships being formed on her floor in her second and third years as a resident assistant (RA). “Eventually, I saw my residents hanging out in the lounge together every day. Because on campus, there are so many people around you that share the same classes as you, who want to get together and study, or grab dinner, and I think that makes a big difference.”
Students who live on campus are active participants in campus events, student clubs and organizations. Which introduces them to a diverse group of people, allowing them to make new friends quickly.
“I’ve been able to...