Floor 13 of Hewett Hall is a residence lifestyle floor for nursing students. Residents of this Themed Living-Learning Community (TLLC) will receive individualized attention from College of Nursing faculty and staff and can take part in specialized activities and programs. It's a great way to make friends early in your major and get involved with nursing-related activities.
The community offers many opportunities for academic and social interaction.
As space allows, any freshman and sophomore who is a current Nursing major may elect to live in this community. Students can select their room on their regular web registration date.
To learn more, or to explore other residence life options, visit Housing.IllinoisState.edu. If you have specific questions about residence life at Illinois State University, please contact University Housing.
Students residing in the Nursing TLLC must complete the following requirements each semester to be considered a resident in good standing and remain on the floor:
Quiet hours will be voted on by the floor at the beginning of the year, but will not exceed 11 p.m.
Students should check their ISU email regularly for updates regarding nursing programming.