Ruden Street Apartments

Ruden Street Apartments is a residence complex for upperclass and transfer students looking for real-world independent living, with three buildings containing 3-5 person apartments. There are 1-2 bedrooms per apartment with 2-3 residents per bedroom.
  • There are 2 resident assistant (RA) living in the complex as well as one off-site resident director who is responsible for the area.
  • Each bedrooms consists of a bed, 3-drawer dresser, desk, and desk chair for each resident.
  • Each apartment on Ruden Street has a living room furnished with a sofa and a kitchen with a table, chair, and a refrigerator.
  • The apartments are located near the south entrance of the University and just a short 2-minute walk to, 7-Eleven, McDonald's and Dunkin’ Donuts.
  • Closest residence hall to Harugari Hall and South Campus Hall.
  • A multi-faith meditation and prayer space, located on the lower level, is available for students who wish to practice their faith or who would like to spend time in peaceful reflection.

Experience Ruden Street Apartments

Lauren Granato

Lauren Granato '16

Talks About Living in Ruden Street Apartments


“All I can say about Ruden is that it was a great experience. Everyone in the apartments was really close-knit, and many of us still connect. It’s also a little quieter than housing on the main campus, which was a nice break. The apartments themselves are really nice and have their own living rooms and bathrooms. I especially loved being able to cook in my own apartment!”

Contact Us

For more information about living in our residence halls, contact the Office of Residential Life.

Photos of Ruden Street Apartments

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Inside view of Ruden Street Apartments

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Inside view of Ruden Street Apartments

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Outside of Ruden Street Apartments