Ferris State University offers a number of residence hall options to accommodate your preferences. All halls are completely smoke free, equipped with Ethernet and cable television connections, laundry facilities, and a small kitchenette. All residence hall residing, incoming freshmen who are not 19 years old before September 1 of the current academic year, are able to select from the following unlimited access Anytime Meal Plans. Many students elect to purchase an all you care to eat meal plan after their first year. Purchase your meal plan in MyHousing using MyFSU.
Crimson, Gold, and Platinum anytime meal plans allow students an unlimited number of meals, seven days a week, throughout the semester.
The 14 Traditional meal plan provides 14 meal swipes each week throughout the semester. Use all them in one day or ration them out, for example, using two meals day seven days a week. The 14 plan also allows you to use one swipe per day for meal exchange. Meals are reset each Sunday just after midnight.
Ferris State University offers different residence options spread across our campus. Residence Halls are located within one of the following three Zones:
North Campus includes North Hall, Clark Hall, and Hallisy Hall. North Campus halls are conveniently located next to the University Center, FLITE, and many academic buildings. Students typically choose to live on North Campus to be close to their classes, to have a single room (Clark, and Hallisy), or to live in our new residence hall (North Hall, Built in 2017).North Campus
South Campus includes: Brophy/McNerney Hall, Ward Hall, Merrill/Travis Hall, and Pickell Hall. South Campus halls are conveniently located next to the Rock café, The Market, Business and IRC buildings, and Honors. Students typically choose to live on South Campus to be close to the main dining facility, to live in The DEAL LLC, or to live in Honors (Pickell). Additionally, many of our athletes live on South Campus to be closer to athletic facilities.
West Campus includes Cramer Hall, Bond Hall, and Puterbaugh Hall. West Campus halls are conveniently located next to Pharmacy, Allied Health, Optometry, Criminal Justice Academy, Hospitality Management, DPS, and Bishop. Students typically choose to live on West Campus to be close to the health academic buildings, to live in honors (Puterbaugh and Henderson), to live in a suite style room (Cramer), or to have access to break housing (Bond). Many of our International students choose to live in Bond Hall for the convenience of break housing.West Campus
Use our interactive housing campus map below to help you deicide where you should