Concerns regarding new procedures for housing selection arise from rising sophomores and juniors.
Butler University students looking for ways to reconnect with belongings after campus closure
Student Affairs has asked students to not return to campus at this time given Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home executive order.
New policy will require some Butler students to pay for housing over breaks
Some underclassmen students will be charged $25 a day to stay in dorms over breaks.
Renovations set to completely transform ResCo
The first wave of renovations has taken place in ResCo for the first time since its opening. Starting with sophomore bathrooms, the plans for the hall look to completely update it to 2019.
Butler summer housing to be in the Apartment Village this year
Students have multiple options for living on or near campus over the summer. This year, on-campus housing will be in the Apartment Village, instead of ResCo, where students have lived during summers in the past.
Irvington’s first world problems
The issues at Irvington House may seem unimportant compared to most others, but people just don’t understand the trials that Irvington residents must endure while living in the nicest dorm on campus.
What students need to know about next year’s housing
With the addition of the Irvington House, students are presented with more residential opportunities. These additional options include a small number of juniors living in Fairview House.
Butler’s new dorm named Irvington House
The name is a reference to the location of the university’s campus for over fifty years.
Senior housing as a sophomore
Columnist Nate Lemen expresses concerns about the senior housing environment at Butler University.
Juniors can no longer live off campus for 2018 to 2019 school year
Residence Life briefly changed their policy to allow them to live off campus for the 2017 to 2018 school year. This will no longer apply for future juniors.