Living on Your Own
So, it's been a couple of years and as juniors and seniors you're feeling pretty comfortable on campus. You have a direction you're following and know who to ask when you need help.
You still think it's a great idea to live on campus, but you're ready for a little more independence and a little less residence-hall structure. That's where living in the Boulevard Apartments or singles in Lawrence Hall come into play.
- The Boulevard Apartments are truly apartments — with beautiful exposed-brick walls, a large living room, full kitchen and large bathrooms shared by only two people.
- Juniors and seniors have the option of singles in Lawrence Hall on floors 18-20. You're still centrally located on campus, but you have more privacy and fewer organized activities (unless you want them, of course, then you're free to get people together!).
- When you live in the Boulevard Apartments, because you will have a full kitchen in your apartment (complete with full-size refrigerator, stove with self-cleaning oven, and dining area), you can choose whether or not to purchase a Meal Plan. Or maybe you'll just select Flex dollars for when you're on the run and need to grab something quickly.
Each year brings different needs, and Campus Life at Point Park strives to meet the needs of its nearly graduated juniors and seniors with more independence in a secure (and cost-effective) environment.