Combining on campus living with your academic program has never been easier than with specialized communities. Enjoy specific programming and the convenience of having other College of Art and Architecture students right next door. Build Success. Gain access to our student success programs and resources available to you as an Art and Architecture student.
- Ballard 1st Wallace Residence Center — First year students
Learn more about living in the Wallace Residence Center.
Benefits to living on the Art and Architecture Floor:
- Make friends and become part of a community where students share common academic and extracurricular interests.
- Get to know other students in CAA who are studying Architecture, Art + Design, Interior Architecture and Design, Environmental Design and Virtual Technology and Design
- Get acquainted with and learn from Art and Architecture students, faculty and college staff during our floor events and activities.
- Increase your Academic success. Gain access to our student success initiatives and resources available to you as a student in the College of Art and Architecture.
Benefits to Living In A Specialized Community
Specialized Communities are great for all students. Check out some of the best reasons to choose this living option.
- Gain an instant friend group with students who like the same types of things you do.
- Extra activities related to the communities specialization.
- Additional time with your instructors outside of the classroom. (academic themed communities)
- Ease of group work without leaving your residence hall.
- Help with homework from your peers just outside your door.
- Housing View Book pdf
- Connect with the Art and Architecture Advisor
- Visit the Art and Architecture Webpage
How to Reserve
To Reserve a room you will need to fill out our housing application, pay your $100 application fee and select the room you want.