I have lived on campus all four years of college and have absolutely loved it! The experience is like no other--I'm in close proximity to classes, I'm more aware of the campus environment and what activities are available at a specific time, and being involved is significantly easier. I've lived in Century Park, Mississippi Hall, and in sorority housing. Century Park is one of the newest residence halls on campus, so the rooms are very clean, spacious, and modern. This complex is on the outskirts of campus, so it's a longer walk to and from class meetings, but there is a market in the complex where students may purchase food and other necessities. Mississippi Hall was in the center of campus next to the stadium, which I loved! It may tailgating all the more fun and I enjoyed being able to come out of the building and be swept up in the spirited crowds. Sorority housing has by far been my favorite. Though it is also relatively far from classes, this housing option has the greatest send of community. Overall, the housing process is very simple. There have been numerous complications with the ID swipe system, and Residence Life is not quick to fix these issues, but overall, the convenience of on-campus housing outweighs the negatives, in my opinion.