Living with your peers is an essential part of your collegiate experience. Moving into our community living complexes or off-campus apartments creates memorable living and learning experiences for students who come from communities beyond Great Falls.
If you are living away from home for the first time, it can be challenging. You are likely to experience the mixed emotions of excitement and anxiety. The aim of the Community Living Staff is to make that transition from home to campus life as easy and as comfortable as possible for you. With live-in Directors of Community Living and student Community Living Assistants, you’ll soon make university housing your new home.
We understand that students who live on campus come from many different backgrounds. They have different belief systems and behave in ways that take some getting used to. With time, patience and understanding, even the most diverse roommates can become life-long friends. Community Living Staff strive to create communities that embrace unique individuals and all members of our university.
Community Living complexes for first-year students are Emilie Hall and Providence Hall, located at the northeast end of campus.
Community Living apartments for sophomores, juniors, and seniors are Sikora Hall and Sr. Rita Mudd Hall, which were constructed in 2009 and 2010 and are located at the southwest end of campus.
Off-campus apartments for upper-class students are the Lumen Village, Montreal Hall, St. Ignatius, Santiago House, Vancouver Hall, and Wellness House.
For more information regarding Community Living, please contact the following staff members:
Twila Croft, Dean of Student Development
Megan Wescoat, Director of Community Living
Aaron Trott, Assistant Director of Community Living
Kevin Williams, Assistant Director of Community Living