Sycamore Complex

Sycamore Complex consists of four twelve-story residence halls including Mills, Rhoads, Blumberg and Cromwell Halls. Each hall is co-ed by floor and is directly connected to Sycamore Dining, a cafeteria style eatery managed by Sodexho Dining Services.

ISU residence halls have live-in professional staff (Area Directors), Graduate staff (Assistant Hall Directors), and student staff (Resident Assistants). The First Year Initiative Halls (Blumberg, Cromwell and Burford) have academically focused staff (Academic Peer Advocates) to assist first year students in their academic transition to the university. Each hall also has a 24-hour front desk operation to assist with student concerns.

Student rooms are equipped with free cable TV and both hardwire LAN and wireless internet is available. All residence halls are ADA accessible. Indiana State University is a smoke free campus including all of our residence halls. Beginning fall of 2010, telephone lines will not be available in student rooms, however there will be emergency only phones located on each floor.

Blumberg Hall– located in the southeast corner of the complex is home to approximately 405 freshmen students.

Cromwell Hall- located in the southwest corner of the complex is home to approximately 391 freshmen students.

Rhoads Hall– located in the northwest corner of the complex is home to approximately 400 students.

  Mills Hall– located in the northeast corner of the complex is home to approximately 400 students