We have residence halls on campus and you can get to know those through our website. We provide a couple of different options. We have traditional residence halls settings, and those are places where you're going to have at least one roommate. All those rooms are furnished with beds with wardrobes, dressers, desks, chairs. Within each of our residence halls, you can expect kitchen some share common spaces. These are lobbies. They have couches. We have TV with cable. Many of them have ping pong tables or pool tables or different game opportunities. Our townhouses are another residential setting. Unlike our five traditional residence halls, the townhouses are more apartment style. There's a self-contained kitchen, living-room. Those are traditionally for students who are upperclassmen. You don't need a car to live on campus. Campus is overall pretty small. So the walk from any dorm to any other building is really not that bad. And we have a beautiful campus too. It's all green, you know. So even if you do have to walk a little bit like it's beautiful. It's awesome getting to walk alongside nature. I found that when I was a freshman here coming in during that first week of school, I met so many people, so quickly. Making friendships while living on campus is incredibly easy-- just with the way that dorms are set up. We see the residence hall as a robust place for you to grow as an individual, for you to learn to live in the community well, and from there to make impacts in your professions, your churches, the communities you're part of as a graduate.