Each of Henderson's residence halls has its own style, it own character and its own brand of fun. Click on one of these links to match your style, and character to one of our residence halls.
Newberry Hall is where most first-year male students live. Newberry hall offers some themed housing options that provide you the opportunity to live and socialize with others that have similar interest to theirs. The themed floors include a Substance Free, 24-hour Quiet and First Year Experience (FYE) housing.
Smith Hall is where more first-year female students live and offers some suite-style rooms. Smith hall also offers some themed housing options that provide you the opportunity to live and socialize with others that have similar interest to yours. The themed floors include a Substance Free, 24 hour Quiet and First Year Experience (FYE) housing.
East and West Halls
East and West Halls are co-ed facilities designed primarily for upperclassmen. These buildings offer suite-style rooms with semi-private restrooms. East and West halls also offer some themed housing options that include an Exercise and Encouragement floor and a Service and Activism floor.
Sturgis Hall houses members of the Henderson's Honors College. Sturgis offers suite-style rooms, with living rooms and semi-private restrooms for upperclassmen. Only active members of Henderson's Honors College are permitted to live in Sturgis hall.
The International House provides apartment-style housing for upperclassmen. The international house offers students a themed community that blends both American students and International students. Living here, you will be apart of bringing together a range of vibrant cultures.
This apartment complex is operated by Campus Living Villages, an outside vendor. Living here is considered "on campus" for the purpose of meeting the University's residency requirement. Please note, not all financial aid awards are eligible to be used at this location. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid to see if your award qualifies.