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Residence Halls

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Say Hello to Your New Home at SBU

Every Bolivar residence hall is built as a community-focused environment with lounges and study areas designed for quiet group work, recreation, and gathering with other residents. You'll have access to amenities like unlimited laundry and high-speed internet. 

Each residence hall is led by a Resident Director who is dedicated to developing and directing the student staff of Resident Assistants. Residence Life staff ensure that facilities have community identity and opportunities to help create some of the most meaningful experiences in your life. 

Men's Housing

Gott Hall

With community-style housing for up to 72 male students, Gott Hall shares a library with Woody Hall. 

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Landen Hall

The largest men's residence hall, Landen Hall houses up to 197 male students in a suite-style setting. 

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Meyer Hall

The smallest residence hall on campus, Meyer Hall houses up to 48 male students, two students per room with private bathrooms for each room.

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Roseman Apartments

Featuring a split-level apartment style housing of up to 32 upperclassmen male students (4 per unit), it's located across the street from soccer field. 

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Women's Housing

Beasley Hall

A four-story building, Beasley Hall houses up to 194 female students in a suite-style setting.

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Casebolt Apartments

The Casebolt Apartments house up to 56 upperclassmen female students in an apartment-style setting on the Stufflebam campus.

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Leslie Hall

A suite-style residence, Leslie Hall houses up to 197 female students, it's located next to the Wellness Center. 

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Plaster Lodge

Plaster Lodge is a residence hall that houses up to 64 female students with 2 students per room with private bathrooms for each room.

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Woody Hall

A community-style residence, Woody Hall houses up to 72 male students an shares a library with Gott Hall. 

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Explore Student Life

Serve the community, compete in sports at a varsity or intramural level, study theology with your peers, or pursue academic interests. You'll have plenty of time to pursue activities outside of class, but it's up to you how you spend that time. 

Campus Life Dining Services

Clubs and Activities

You can explore 35 student-led clubs and organizations, including academic and professional organizations, performance groups, and social awareness groups. There are plenty of options for you to find what best suits your interests. Before you know it, you'll have made new friends, tried new things, ignited new passions, and learned skills you never considered. 

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Faith and Discipleship

Participate in biweekly chapel services hosted on Mondays and Wednesdays each week. Check out the Center for Global Connections (CGC) to see how you can be a part of mission projects locally and abroad. Attend peer-led Bible and theology sessions. Grow your relationships and expand your faith in a way that aligns with your interests. 

Athletics and Intramural Sports

Stay active, have fun, and connect with others while participating in SBU's intramural sports. With our competitive and noncompetitive leagues, you can choose the level that fits your style. 

SBU is also home to 17 NCAA Division II varsity sports and received the prestigious GLVC James R. Spalding Overall Sportsmanship Award for 2020-21. More than 400 student-athletes attend classes and compete at SBU. Find out how you can become a student-athlete. 

Intramural Sports

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