About 85 percent of first-year students live on campus. We suggest living on campus as a way to make friends with students from the U.S. and other parts of the world. Living on campus will also make it easier to become a part of clubs and organizations, which will ease your transition to the University.
We can offer you the opportunity to live on campus during International Student Orientation at no additional charge. We can greet you at the airport or train/bus station on the scheduled international student arrival day and bring you to campus to check in to your on-campus housing. Meals will be provided during orientation for students who live on campus during the orientation program.