Residence Life

Living on campus and being a part of Residence Life provides you with some really amazing opportunities to find and create meaningful connections during your college experience. Students that feel connected tend to also feel more successful, and there is almost an endless amount of ways to connect on campus, for practically any type of person—it's not one size fits all. We offer residential academic programs and living and learning communities that create community right in your hall. There are also plenty of opportunities through student employment hall council and the hundreds of clubs, groups and activities available to you.

Careers - Live, Learn, Grow

  • Academic success
  • No commute
  • All inclusive
  • Centrally located
  • Student life

Resident Assistants (RAs) are student support staff that live in the residence halls. They have been through the college experience at KU and are available to support you as you make the transition from home to college life. Whether it be a tough break-up, academic struggles or homesickness, your RA is there to help. You can also expect them to reach out to you periodically throughout the year—they'll be interested to get to know you and ask how you're experiencing college life.


Dining Plan

Visit the Keiser University dining website for more information at

Applying for Housing

Apply to Live on Campus Today by visiting

Application Process

Before You Apply

There are requirements, processes and other important factors to consider before you begin. Please review the provided information thoughtfully and carefully so you can make the most well-informed decisions when choosing your on-campus living experience.

Disclaimer * students who are requesting special accommodations for a disability must contact Dena Warren (Dean of Students) in the office of Student Services at

When You Can Apply

The 2021-2022 housing application is open NOW!

Move-In Days

Check back soon for move-in day schedule.