Most international students live on campus in one of CLU's 15 residence halls. Four students live in two-bedroom furnished suites sharing a private bathroom.
The halls offer wireless internet access, free cable television hook-ups, telephones with voicemail, security systems, vending machines, laundry facilities.
Living in a residence hall is a significant part of the educational experience at CLU. A good portion of your time will be spent in your hall. Living on campus also gives students tremendous opportunity to participate in the many activities that take place on campus. For more information on residence halls, floor plans, and photos, please visit the Residence Life website.
Because the residential housing nature is so important to the CLU community, students are required to live on campus unless they are in their fourth year, 23 years or older, married or living in the immediate area with relatives.
Housing for the Holidays
Breaks or holidays are scheduled periodically throughout the academic year to give students time to relax away from their studies. Below is a listing of the breaks in the academic year with information to help you plan. During the longer breaks, make sure to plan for where you are going to stay.
|Break||Month||Residence Halls||Food Service|
|Thanksgiving Break||November||Open||Not Provided|
|Christmas Break||December||Closed||Not Provided|
|Martin Luther King Day||January||Open||Provided|
|Spring Break||March||Open||Not Provided|