About Res Life
Living on campus, in one of our residence halls, or the McComas Village for fraternity and sorority members, connects students with the vibrant life of the University. The close-knit, supportive on-campus community offers students a place to live and work that distinctly enhances their college experience by putting them at the center of everything: classes and labs, the library, advising and academic support, and so much more!
The mission of the Office of Residence Life is to foster academic and social success for our students by providing a safe and healthy community, excellent housing facilities, education, a culture of respect and the formation of lifelong relationships.
To Foster Academic and Social Success
Vision The vision of the Office of Residence Life is to become a renowned model of campus living, student learning and innovation by meeting the challenges facing our residents. With an eye toward the future, emphasis will be placed on student success.
The terms "residence hall" and "dorm" are often used interchangeable. However, there is a difference between the two. An important objective of residence halls at The University of Toledo is to provide not only a place to sleep, but opportunities for educational and personal growth. UT offers residential living communities to enhance the intellectual climate and provide nurturing and inclusive environments that facilitate engaged student learning and citizenry.
Aside from the obvious advantage of access and convenience, living on campus is a great way to meet people and make life-long friends that transforms out of class time into a much richer and deeper experience.