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Residence Life is committed to growing leaders, enhancing communities and retaining scholars. Residence Life is an integral part of the educational mission of Central State University. We are committed to providing a quality, enriching living-learning experience, resulting in academic and personal growth as well as development of the student. We strive to do this by providing a safe and comfortable living environment, hiring a talented and reliable staff who produce entertaining and effective programming, and maintaining an open door in our office to address students’ individual needs.
Living in one of the residence halls at Central State University is an important component of a student's total learning and personal growth experience. It provides a unique opportunity for students to participate in campus life to the fullest extent possible because of its proximity to cultural, intellectual, and social events. The idea of residence hall living is to create and maintain an environment that is conducive to the total development of each member of the community.
Our campus housing complex consists of six residence halls which house over 1,300 students. In the past four years the university has constructed two new residence halls and two more are in the works.
On-campus living provides a variety of challenges and opportunities for each resident student. Although this unique living environment offers a large degree of freedom, it imposes an obligation on the resident student to use this freedom wisely. In addition to assuming responsibility of his/her own behavior, every resident must respect the needs and concerns of others.
Please feel free to contact us at our office on the ground floor of Foundation Hall II or by calling 937.376.6386.
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