- Kyle Dreger ‘14
The Honors Program gave me the chance to dig deep into subjects I enjoyed. The best part was that I got to work one-on-one with my professors on specific projects and goals, which often led to plenty of practical experience within the subject the class was studying.
Living on campus at the University of Mount Union offers students even more opportunities to build relationships with others, as well as grow as an individual. Residence halls allow for a new sense of independence and the chance to experience living with others from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
The University offers students a variety of housing options including traditional and suite-style residence halls, apartments and townhouses. Traditional residence halls create a community atmosphere for its residents who are typically first-year students living in doubles. Rooms are carpeted and provide each student a bed, dresser, desk and closet space. Each hall also has a convenient computer lab area with a printer.
Suite-style residence halls, offered to upperclassman, are made up of double rooms with an adjoining bathroom. Student rooms are equipped with moveable beds, dressers, desks and built-in closets. These halls also contain laundry, a television lounge and are air conditioned.
Junior and senior students have the opportunity to enjoy the convenience of living close to campus, while maintaining an independent feel through apartment and townhouse-style living.
Housing Buildings Include: