Living on campus is one of the premier components of the university experience. The Office of University Housing at Pittsburg State University offers a variety of high-quality and safe options for campus living.
It's simple – one bill covers it all - room, food, utilities & internet.
Pitt State boasts eight residence halls, seven of which have undergone recent renovation. The new or renovated halls include Bowen, Crimson Commons, Dellinger, Trout, Tanner, Tanner Annex, Willard, and Nation Hall.
The renovations include:
PSU requires that all first-year students live in the residence halls for their first two academic semesters on campus and select a Meal Plan.
All other students may live in housing of their choice. Prior to signing the contract, exceptions to the policy will normally be granted where any of the following circumstances exist:
The following meal plans are included in the price of the residence hall / dorm room.
The goal of Dining Services is to make dining an enjoyable part of each day. The program is committed to promoting nutritional well-being through a sound food service program. Meals are provided for residence hall students by Sodexo Services. This food service component is dedicated to providing quality in campus dining.
On campus dining locations:
The following meal plans are available to students and everyone, regardless of where they live. There is a contract to fill out - please call 620-235-4245 for more information.
Looking for housing for the whole family while attending Pittsburg State University?
The Crimson Village Apartments, just south of the Kansas Technology Center, are available to for full-time PSU students who are married with or without children and for single parents. At least one member of the household must be a full-time student each semester and meet income eligibility requirements to qualify. The Crimson Village apartments are operated through the Pittsburg State University Housing Office.
Pittsburg, Kansas has many off-campus housing opportunities available. A housing guide listing the names, addresses, and phone numbers of several individuals and companies who rent in Pittsburg is also available from the Office of Admission.
The International Programs & Services Office serves nearly 400 students from 50 countries. It assists students with academic success and easier transition to living in the United States. Housing is an important factor in the success of each students. We realize that international students may not be accustomed finding a reasonable place to stay, therefore we've extended our help.
For information about housing contact:
Email: please see housing website