HOME AWAY FROM HOME
When you live on campus, you’ll meet people from a wide range of backgrounds and beliefs, and you may develop friendships that will last a lifetime. All Ozarks residence halls feature a full slate of both planned and impromptu activities, so there’s nearly always something going on! We develop opportunities and experiences that build our community. Residence halls are dynamic facilities where students may interact, grow, mature, learn, and effectively pursue their academic, personal, and spiritual goals.
Be a part of the campus community, meet fellow students with similar interests, and build bonds of friendship that will remain throughout your time at Ozarks.
Why drive when you can walk? In five minutes, you can be anywhere on campus! Live in close proximity to your classes, the dining hall, the library, and other facilities.
Living on campus provides opportunities to interact with staff and faculty who can provide personal guidance, career connections, and leadership opportunities.
Living on campus allows students to live comfortably in a secure environment that provides emotional, spiritual, social, and academic support to help students succeed.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO
University of the Ozarks will award bachelor degrees to 87 graduating seniors during its 2017 Spring Commencement ceremony, scheduled for 10:30 a.m., Saturday, May 13, on the campus mall.
Maria Corea’s essay “Authority and Power: Government’s Integrative Role in Environmental Protection,” took the top honors during the twelfth annual Earth Day Essay contest.
David Estrada, Azalia Molina and the team of Ashley Clayton, James McClellan and Magan Holmes took home the top honors at the fifth annual ARCH (Advanced Research and Creative Highlights) Symposium, held this week in the Rogers Conference Center.