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Student Housing

Welcome home. Our residence halls are more than a place to rest your head at night. They're the place you'll make lifelong friends and unforgettable memories.

 

Where You'll Live

Wayne State College has seven residence halls, each with its own distinct personality. When you tour campus, be sure to check out more than one and ask about each one's unique characteristics.

Bowen Hall
Bowen Hall

Recently Renovated: Bowen Hall

The newly renovated Bowen Hall features brand-new rooms, furniture, and facilities. With eight floors, Bowen is the tallest building in Northeast Nebraska and Wayne State's largest residence hall. Situated right next to the Kanter Student Center on the east side of campus, Bowen puts you within easy reach of a variety of campus services and activities. 

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Anderson Hall
Anderson Hall
Neihardt Hall
Neihardt Hall
Berry Hall
Berry Hall
Pile Hall
Pile Hall
Morey Hall
Morey Hall
Terrace Hall
Terrace Hall

Why Live on Campus?

Better academic performance. More opportunities for involvement. On-site convenience. Community and friendship. There are many advantages to living on campus at Wayne State.

 

Experience college life in full.
See the top 10 reasons you should live on campus.

 

Theme Housing

Connect with other students who share similar academic or special interests through Theme Housing.

Students prepare for Zombie Walk
The Guild

Connect with students interested in sci-fi / fantasy-related topics.

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Studios Theme Housing
The Studios

Explore creative interests with like-minded peers.

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Honors Housing

Connect with others in the Honors Program

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TRIO Student Support Services
TRIO

Connect with other TRIO students sharing similar life experiences.

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WSC Women's Rugby team in action
Rugby Community

Live, learn and play rugby with your teammates

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Wildcat Academy of Leadership and Knowledge
WALK

Become an emerging leader of tomorrow.

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Become a Resident Assistant!

Resident assistants are student staff members who live in each of our residence halls and help support the academic success, social development, and personal growth of other students.

Living on Campus

Learn more about what you should bring to college, tips for moving in and out, and hall rules and policies.

Questions? Contact:

Residence Life Office
Student Center, Room 201
Phone: 402-375-7318
Email: reslife@wsc.edu

About Residence Life
Mission and Values
Housing Rules & Regulations