Housing & Dining
Living on Campus
Don’t think of the residence halls as just a dormitory. Think of it as your home, with all the comforts you need while you transition into a new phase of your life.
Apply for Housing
DSU boasts comfortable and convenient housing options for new, returning and transfer students. We want your housing application process to be smooth and hassle free, so we’ve streamlined our system to accomplish our goal.
For your convenience, we have compiled a wealth of resources regarding all facets of DSU housing, including comparisons of our facilities, rates and fees - along with details about becoming a resident assistant. Our goal is to provide you with all the tools you need to make the best possible decisions regarding your housing.
Dining on Campus
Eating healthy is essential for students. That’s why we offer an abundance of delicious food choices, such as Chick-fil-A in the MLK Jr. Student Center, and even an all-you-care-to-eat dining hall. Choose the meal plan that best suits your needs, and take advantage of convenient flex dollars.
Visit Campus Dish for menus, locations, meal plans and more.
Freshman Residence Halls
Since every student has different needs and preferences, we offer a wide variety of amenities in our residence halls. It’s important to us that you feel welcomed in that special place you call home.
Meta V. Jenkins Hall
Housing 245 coed students, this three-story traditional-style residence features a main lounge, recreation room, kitchens and air conditioning.
Medgar W. Evers Hall
Evers Hall is home to 243 coed students who study in dedicated lounges - and enjoy air conditioning, a reading room and even a barber shop.
Suite-style rooms are available for 135 students who have access to a main lounge, kitchen, recreation room and study areas.
W. Richard Wynder Hall
Honor students reside in suite-type rooms in this desirable facility connected to Tubman Hall.
Upperclassman Residence Halls
As an upperclassman, there are more housing options available to you. We offer the option to fit your needs and allow you to continue to grow.
Living & Learning Commons
As the name suggests, this residence for more than 250 students also features classrooms, as well as shuttle buses running to and from main campus.
University Courtyard Apartments
This expansive complex is made up of seven three-story buildings with a shared clubhouse featuring a game room, fitness center and picnic areas.
University Village Apartments
This on-campus housing complex for upperclassmen and graduate students highlights 300 units with an inviting 250-seat dining hall that’s ideal for comfort and conversation.
The new 200,000-square-foot residence hall opened in the fall of 2019. The facility features the most contemporary design in residential living and learning on college campuses, and houses up to 600 students at maximum capacity with fully furnished semi-suite and suite-style units, Dunkin’ Donuts, cafe, game room, lounges and more.