Starting in the fall, just one segment of UNC’s population will be able to live on South Campus.
Only freshmen will be able to live in South Campus residence halls, which include Craige, Craige North, Ehringhaus, Hardin, Hinton James, Horton and Koury.
In addition to the seven South Campus residence halls, Connor will be the sole North Campus residence hall freshmen can list as one of their preferences.
UNC’s Department of Housing and Residential Education has created a number of changes through the First Year Experience program.
*The number of resident advisers on each floor has increased as well as the amount of social programs.
*Academic advisers have begun visiting freshmen dorms.
*Next year, only freshmen will be able to live on South Campus.
There will be a limited number of spaces available for non-freshmen in Craige North, while Morrison, Rams Village and Odum Village remain open to upperclassmen.
Associate Director of Housing and Residential Education Rick Bradley said these changes were based on results from surveys that the housing advisory board sent out to freshmen to get feedback about living on South Campus.