Many upper-classmen choose to remain in University housing instead of moving off campus. In fact, we encourage students to take advantage of the great options available for juniors and seniors. Why move off-campus when everything you need is right here?
Main Street Commons
Main Street Commons, a five story 184-bed state of the art mixed-use development located just one block from campus will be ready for students fall semester 2011. The facility is open to Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors with two and three bedroom units available.
St. James Apartments
Want to live off-campus, but still take advantage of Bradley's great location? St. James may be the place for you. These furnished apartments offer features such as vaulted ceilings, single bedrooms, Internet and cable TV access, and a host of other luxuries that you would expect in an independent living community. St. James sets the Bradley standard in upperclass housing.
Student Apartment Complex (SAC)
The six-story Student Apartment Complex provides single and double occupancy accommodations for upperclassmen. Each apartment is air-conditioned and comes equipped with an electric stove, refrigerator, Internet access, and cable TV. SAC is conveniently located near Campustown and the Bradley Intramural complex.
With its central location, small size, and quiet, neighborhood feel, College Hall is the ideal choice for many Bradley women. The Cullom-Davis Library, Alumni Center, and Haussler Hall recreation facility are all right across the street. There is also a central kitchen for students who like to cook.
Want your own place? Need your own space? Elmwood, Lovelace, and Wendle Halls provide single-occupancy rooms for upper-classmen. Each building has a central lounge, vending machines, and a residential advisor. The complex is also within steps of the Geisert cafeteria and the Bradley Bookstore.