The students that call CIW home have a deep sense of pride built on history and tradition.
Since 1972, our students have been the driving force that has influenced all of our current traditions and ones that have not been forgotten. As a community, we offer several housing opportunities that include break housing, chemical free living, and Learning Community opportunities.
Our traditional halls are unique in that we have both corridor style living and suite style living within the same building. Our community also has its own library, co-rec football field, basketball and volleyball court, and a recently remodeled Night Owl for late night eating. The CIW area government and our resident assistants work hard to ensure plenty of activities to help you to be an active member of our community!
Your Assistant Director
CIW is made up of five buildings housing 1,300 residents in both suite style and traditional corridor style living.