Entrepreneurship Affinity Dorm
Affinity Village is not just for Greek members or the Honor Students; it is now available to any sophomore through senior student with an entrepreneurial mindset.
Prior to the housing lottery, students can fill out an application for the Entrepreneurship House in Affinity Village. Affinity Northeast is a much newer, dormitory-style housing option on campus. It features a full kitchen, complete with a small supply of cooking and baking necessities. A lounge and a private study for students are also available in the main house. Another great benefit of living in the house is that entrepreneurship special programs are held in the main house, meaning students would not have to leave the house for these programs offered. Students have access to the choice of one of twenty-four beds in the house. Each room comes with a personal bathroom and reasonable living space. Residences’ of the entrepreneurship house would also have full access to Affinity Commons and would still be required to be on a meal plan. Resident’s Assistants and Head Residents are available within the Affinity Northeast Complex.
The cost of living in the affinity house would be about $1,813 per quarter, or $5,439 per year. Students with an entrepreneurial mindset and outstanding academics are eligible to live here. With an entrepreneurship minor, a student would have preference over other students for first pick of rooms. By remaining a positive influence and member of the learning environment, students are able to remain in the house throughout the academic school year. Matt Lambdin, previous director of the entrepreneurship housing stated that, “by having a living and learning community such as this, it gives students the opportunity to develop their academic skills within their daily life. By having other people around you in the same mindset, it can be a positive outcome in the long-run.”