- A coed residence hall located in the middle of campus, Selleck is one of, if not the most convenient place to live on city campus.
- Contains the Selleck Dining Hall: a recently renovated facility that offers the most hours of service than any other dining hall on
- The best place for a multicultural living experience. Selleck's student population is comprised of a mixture of traditional U.S.
students and international students.
- A variety of common spaces including:
- two working kitchens for students wishing to prepare their own food
- staffed computer lab with up to date software and hardware
- game room with pool, ping pong and air hockey
- convenience store located in the basement, open every night
- TV lounges on every floor that can be used for social or study purposes
- multiple music practice rooms with available pianos
- classrooms that can be used as study space or a meeting place for student groups
- outdoor courtyards; one with a volleyball court, as well as a lavish green space for a variety of activities directly outside
the main building of Selleck
- An opportunity for involvement and promotion in leadership through the award winning student government known as the Selleck
Quadrangle Council (SQC).
- Selleck's friendly staff works to create a great atmosphere where one can be a part of a community and keep their academics a top
priority. Staff includes:
- Resident Advisors (RAs) on every floor willing and eager to work with each student individually
- Numerous custodial and maintenance staff that keep the building in great condition
- Desk staff available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to meet a variety of needs.
- Offers a safe living environment with 24-hour secure entrances.
- Houses the Music Learning Community and the College of Education and Human Sciences Learning Community.
- Offers facilities for physically challenged residents.
- Full wireless access in all parts of the building.
- Portions of Selleck are open during the break/vacation periods.