University of North Carolina at Asheville Housing
Asheville, NC | Public, 4-year or above
UNC Asheville is distinctive in the UNC system as its designated liberal arts university. Our practice of the liberal arts emphasizes the centrality of learning and discovery through exemplary teaching, innovative scholarship, creative expression, co-curricular activities, undergraduate research, engaged service, and practical experience. UNC Asheville is primarily undergraduate, with all programs of study leading to the bachelor’s degree, with the exceptions of teacher licensure programs and the master’s degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences (MLAS). UNC Asheville offers a liberal arts education characterized by high quality faculty-student interaction. We offer this challenging educational experience to all promising students who are committed to liberal learning and personal growth. Our liberal arts educational approach emphasizes life skills including critical thinking, clear and thoughtful expression, and honest open inquiry. Students undertake concentrated study in one area while simultaneously developing an understanding of the connections among disciplines. We encourage students to clarify, develop and live their own values while respecting the views and beliefs of others. In addition we cultivate an understanding of the dimensions of human diversity while recognizing the common humanity of all. We believe a quality liberal arts education enables our graduates to be lifelong learners and to lead successful, flourishing lives as leaders and contributors to their communities. At UNC Asheville, we respond to the conditions and concerns of the contemporary world both as individuals and as a university. We incorporate economic, social and environmental sustainability into our institutional practices and curriculum. With a range of associated centers, partnerships, and initiatives, we fulfill our public responsibility to address the needs of our community through a continuum of learning. We develop a commitment to continuing service characterized by an informed, responsible, and creative engagement with the Asheville area, the southern Appalachian region, the state of North Carolina, and a diverse and increasingly connected world.Mascot: NonePopulation: 3,762Tuition: $7,145Housing: $9,660
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On Campus Housing at University of North Carolina at Asheville
Founders Hall offers four-person suites. Features WiFi, cable TV, air conditioning, laundry facilities, TV lounges, a computer lab, vending machines, a study lounge and a community kitchen.
Governors Hall offers four- and five-person suites. Features WiFi, cable TV, air conditioning, laundry facilities, a community kitchen, TV lounges, a vending area, study lounges and a computer lab. Governors Hall houses the Wanderlust living learning community.
Governors Village offers four-person suites. Features WiFi, cable TV, air conditioning, a lounge, a community kitchen and a laundry room.
Mills Hall offers two-bedroom suites. Features WiFi, cable TV, air conditioning, a laundry room, a TV lounge, vending machines, a study lounge, a computer lab and a community kitchen.
Ponder Hall offers four- and six-person suites. Features WiFi, cable TV, the Down Under and a rooftop lounge.
South Ridge offers double occupancy rooms. Features WiFi, cable TV, air conditioning, laundry facilities, a community kitchen, a TV lounge, vending machines and study lounges.
The Woods offers four-, five- and six-bedroom apartments. Features WiFi, cable TV, laundry facilities and a fitness room.
West Ridge offers double occupancy rooms. Features WiFi, cable TV, air conditioning, a laundry room, a community kitchen, a TV lounge, vending machines and study lounges.
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