The Hewett-Manchester area is a short distance from Milner Library and the Bone Student Center. It features two, 18-story residence halls along with a variety of Themed Living-Learning Communities, an outdoor basketball court, and the Visor Tutoring Center. All provided room furniture is moveable with beds that can be lofted and bunked to various heights. Hewett-Manchester has nine-month housing, which means it remains open through all university breaks.
Students living in Hewett-Manchester tend to dine at the Watterson Dining Commons, which is a short walk just a block away. In addition, there are many different locations on and off campus that serve as close locations for students.
Looking for a quiet place to study? Here are some options in Hewett-Manchester:
Refrigerators are permitted in students rooms, but must not exceed more than 4.5 cubic feet and do not draw more than 1.5 running amps. University Housing Services allows students to bring their own refrigerators but does not rent or provide them.
For more information on what is nice to have and what you should leave at home, please visit the Move-in page.
Hewett-Manchester is home to our Themed Living-Learning Communities. TLLCs provide a unique atmosphere for residents who share common interests and are interested in an environment that supports personal growth, both socially and academically.