When exploring the many Weber State housing options available, the incoming student is advised to find an apartment or dormitory that suits their particular needs. Fortunately there are many dormitories available each unique in style and accommodations. For example the Myles Standish Hall located in bustling and scenic Kenmore Square is a good choice in that there are all manner of restaurants and stores located within its immediate vicinity. However, because the dormitory is located on the eastern edge of the campus it will take a longer time to make the commute to classes. By contrast, Shelton hall located on Bay State Road is closer to the academic buildings and also sits in a quieter part of campus. Some students prefer the action of Kenmore Square whereas other students prefer the quiet as it is more amenable to studying.
It goes without saying that the crown jewel within the Weber State housing system is that three pronged assault on the sky called Warren Towers. This is the largest dormitory on campus housing over five thousand students in single and double accommodation rooms. Each floor has a large bathroom equipped with showers to accommodate the students living there. The cafeteria is located on the first floor and is accessible to the residents of A tower, B tower and C tower.
On the west end of the campus near the athletic facilities are the three towers called West Campus. These dorms are typically inhabited by the student athletes who attend Weber State. In the summer these dorms are used to house high school aged students attending the various sports camps which make use of the athletic facilities. Many students attending Weber State opt not to live in the school dormitories. Fortunately there are many apartment complexes and rooms for rent to accommodate their needs.