Housing Tour with Idaho State University

Housing Tour with Idaho State University

Welcome to Idaho’s State University Housing. Living on campus is an important part of your college experience, and the
residence halls at ISU provide great opportunities and benefits
you won’t find anywhere else. You will meet students from all over the world. And live in the center of the events, clubs, athletics, and other activities
happening every day on campus. Students who live in residence hall get better grades, are more involved, and
can take full advantage of the convenience, and safety that
being on campus provides. Each Hall has a full-time resident
director along with the staff of resident assistance, responsible for creating programs, and activities to educate, entertain, and help you create lifelong friendships. There are three main options for students interested in residents hall. Turner is a traditional freshman residence hall, that is home to about 300 man and women. It has a double-rooms with community bathrooms and showers on each floor. Each resident is provided with a twin bed, wardrobe, desk, chair, and dresser. Floor
lounges are available through out the building. Other amenities include wireless
internet access, a computer lab, laundry facilities, and
a front desk that is staffed 24 hours a day to provide you with information about
events, and services all over campus. Turner hall
is also home to the campus dining commons where students from across campus gather for meals. Being a part of the Turner community will
help you make the most of your college experience, and provide you with great opportunities
to meet new friends in a fun social setting. Much like turner South complex is also a traditional freshman residence hall. The complex is centrally located and includes Dyer, Owen, Redfield, and Nichols Halls. Each resident is provided with a twin bed, wardrobe, desk, chair, and dresser. Between the four halls, South Complex is home to about 250 students. In the center of the complex is the
common area, filled with study nooks, areas to hang out with friends, and a
game room. Other amenities include a music room, computer lab, television lounge, and wireless internet trough out the buildings. The central desk can provide information for everything
going on around campus. South Complex students are close-knit
community with all the advantages of a larger hall. The Rendezvous center is Idaho State
University’s state of the art residence hall and classroom building. Designed with sophomores an upperclassman in mind, Rendezvous offers suite style living, with three to four residents sharing each unit. Each suite has a
bathroom and shower; washer and dryer; refrigerator and
furnished living room. Home to 300 students, Rendezvous offers residents a chance to live, eat, and take classes all under one roof. On the buildings main floor you can find food court, convenient store, and coffee shop. Students who live here,
are part of a fun and diverse community, located at the heart of ISU campus. For more information on each of these communities the application process or other on campus housing opportunities,
please visit our website or contact us directly.

2 thoughts on “Housing Tour with Idaho State University

  1. You have come a long way since 1991. I lived In Redfield Hall. Ooops, I got busted for smoking once. A cigarette. I never drank alcohol nor did drugs, I was banished. Oh and the only smoking floor not integrated, was next to Garrison and ISU outlawed smoking due to a XMAS tree burning (an accident). No one was hurt. ISU was not hip or cool then, judgey and preachy. But, I did get the cafeteria to offer non-fat milk. LOL that was me… 🙂 Mail boxes look the same. PS ISU sucks…all Mormons or scholarships for Athletes.

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