Post-Pandemic Mindset Fuels Reassessment of Housing Needs On-Campus

Two years after COVID-19 lockdowns shuttered universities and sparked momentary doubt over the future of student housing, both enrollment and housing occupancies have rebounded to pre-pandemic levels as schools have largely returned to some sense of normalcy. Most universities have

Webinar: Creating an Inclusive Housing Experience for Students with Technology

  The April 28 webinar “Creating an Inclusive Housing Experience for Students with Technology,” hosted by Student Housing Business and sponsored by StarRez, discussed how students can find success and feel more at home with tech-savvy housing options. Accommodating accessibility needs (including service animal

Webinar: Canadian Student Housing Investment and Development

  The April 7 webinar “O Canada – Canadian Student Housing Investment and Development,” hosted by StudentHousing Business and sponsored by Cloudwifi and Varsity Communities, focused on the changing nature of student accommodations in Canada. Panelists focused on the following topics to explore this

Furman University to Break Ground on $70 Million Residence Hall

Greenville, S.C. — Furman University is set to break ground on a $70 million residence hall development on the university’s campus in Greenville.  The development will include a new residence hall for first-year students, which will replace the university’s existing

University of Miami Resumes Construction on $335 Million Residential Village

Miami — The University of Miami has resumed construction on Centennial Village, a $335 million residential village for first-year students, after pausing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Initially designed to include four residential colleges offering 1,700 beds for first-year students, plans for the project now