There are over 32 different styles of housing. Those range from sorority, fraternity to apartment, first-year area, which is community-style dorms. There's also women's leadership. There's even other community catalyst houses that cover a wide range of topics. There's even an Honors and Bonners Living Residence Hall. So there's a lot there. And that's how we make up the 32 different styles of housing.
21% of the living styles on campus are apartment-style. So students have a lot of opportunities to choose apartments that they would prefer to live in. And we have a lot of different buildings and options for those as well. It's a great way to gain independence on living on your own. But then you also have the support of your RAs and other residents within the apartment to help you whenever you need or just to build community.
So we do have pet-friendly dorms on campus as well or residence halls as we like to call them. And this is an option for students that want to bring their pet or want to get a pet and live with them on campus as long as they fill out an application and get approved. But you can choose to have your own animal on campus, and that is an option for all students to utilize if they choose to.
My favorite thing about living on campus is definitely getting to know everybody around me. I have met some wonderful people across campus including my roommate now actually, she was a transfer student just met her this year. She's like my favorite person. We're like best friends now. And it's happened very quickly. And I think it's because when you're in close quarters with somebody, it's hard to not get to know them. You have to go out of your way not to, I think.