Residence Life develops a dynamic community of learners who value social responsibility, respect, and global perspectives through engaging in experiential and holistic learning opportunities within the residence halls.
About Living On-Campus
Living on campus affords you the opportunity to learn beyond the traditional classroom. You will meet people from all around the world and share in a culturally abundant community. You will be supported in learning about yourself and defining who you are becoming.
Woodland Hill and Woodside is a convenient ten-minute walk from Olin Hall, the graduate building for which most MBA classes are held, and it is a five-minute walk from Webster Center Gym.
Woodland Hill and Woodside are truly a retreat from the busy MBA life as we are located in the midst of nature among trees and animals. There is a family of deer that roams around in the woods nearby and residents can enjoy watching them from afar during certain times of the year!
Who You Will Meet
Our residents range from single and married students to U.S. and international students. There are also some faculty and staff living in Woodland Hill. Overall, we are a close-knit community striving for a common goal and purpose.
"I lived on campus and it was great because it allowed me to meet interesting individuals from all over the world in a very intimate setting. It's also a great way to expand your social and professional network in an organic way, which I found to be quite refreshing in an MBA environment."
-Hung, Two Year MBA Student