Department of Residential Life
Kreidler offers more privacy and independence for upper division residents
This traditionally designed residence hall has been converted to a building of all single rooms and houses approximately 60 residents on three floors. Residents living in the Kreidler Community must be 20 years of age or older, or have junior status (60 semester hours) by September 1st for fall semester or February 1st for spring semester. This is the only traditional style residence hall where visitation is not limited, and eligible students may have alcohol in their rooms after completing an online alcohol education module.
Kreidler tends to be more quiet than other halls, and its residents have the same type of independence that South Hall or off-campus residences offer, yet still provides the traditional-hall on campus experience. Because of its well equipped, large kitchens Kreidler residents are eligible for a reduced meal plan (Meal Plan F)The Kreidler Community is co-sponsored by Student Involvement and Leadership and located on upper campus. It also houses a commuter, transfer, veteran and junior/senior study space every day from 7:30am to 5:00pm. Come check it out!
- WiFi throughout the building
- Spacious rooms (doubles converted to singles)
- Residents have the option of a flexible meal-plan
- A fireplace is located in the main lounge
- All rooms are single rooms
- Well equipped kitchens
- Pool table
- Centralized study room
- Centralized laundry room