Live on Campus

Students in Crimson Commons

Catch up on homework, watch TV, or just relax with friends (picture shows Crimson Commons living area).

Students in Lobby

The lobby area of each hall provides students with a relaxed atmosphere and features amenities such as vending machines, relaxation areas, big screen televisions, and small kitchenette areas offered in most halls.

Students in Room

Students have many options when it comes to room design, layout and style. It's easy to make yours feel like home.

Your home away from home

Pittsburg State offers traditional, apartment and suite-style living options. Rooms are furnished with beds, desks and chairs, chests, and wardrobes. Amenities include parking pass, all utility costs, laundry facilities, kitchen access, high-speed wireless Internet, and secured access. Cleaning services for bathrooms and common areas are also provided for most units.

Convenient and Safe

There's nothing quite like living on campus. You feel the vibrancy of the university, have easy access to all university events, and great food from Gibson Dining Hall. Thanks to our no surprise pricing, you never have to worry about unexpected rate hikes. The best location, the best amenities, the best living ... it's University Housing. 


Spring 2023 Contracting

  • Spring 23 application is open.

Fall 2023-Spring 2024 Contracting

  • Academic Year 23/24 application for New Freshman/New Students is open.

Campus community

Living on campus is about more than just having a place to sleep and hang out. It's about the experience. It's about being a part of the campus community. It's about waking up and walking to anywhere you need to be. It's about the feeling of knowing you're always around friends. It's about being here ... and living the collegiate experience.

If a student who resides in University Housing tests positive for COVID, that individual should contact the Housing Office (if this occurs after 4:30pm on weekdays, or anytime over the weekend, please contact your RA) with the following information:
Contact Number
Date test was administered
Housing location (Bowen, Trout, Willard, Commons, etc)
Roommate Name (Not necessary if the resident currently lives in Crimson Commons, or if the resident is in a single room)
Onset of symptoms
Your information will be collected and someone from University Housing will contact you with additional information.