Making a home away from home is what campus residential life is all about. It’s also about enjoying new surroundings and learning to live in harmony with individuals who don’t share your DNA.
Because a lot of your education will happen outside the classroom, Ohio Wesleyan asks students to live on campus all four years. On a residential campus like ours, you’ll interact easily and often with other students, faculty, and staff.
Through everyday activities or special events, you’ll quickly become a part of the OWU community and find ways to make your own contributions here. You’ll learn leadership skills, make lasting friendships, get comfortable with making decisions—all of which will complement your academic endeavors.
Regardless of where you live on campus, you’ll build the invaluable connections that highlight a liberal arts education.
Housing Options Abound
As a first-year student, you’ll live in one of our seven residence halls; thereafter, you can choose from a variety of places. You might select a different dorm or maybe a themed house, like the House of Black Culture, to call home. There are also Small Living Units (SLUs) for students who share an avid interest and want to explore it. And, if Greek life speaks to you, you can move into a fraternity house; sorority chapter houses are nonresidential at OWU
Dining Choices That Satisfy
Good food, at convenient locations, at almost any hour. That’s what you want and what you’ll get at OWU. No matter how complicated your daily schedule or dietary preferences are, you’ll find plenty of meal options. And your meal plan food points can be used to cover the cost at dining halls, cafes, the bakery, dining carts, or even “home” delivery.