We are glad you are here! At Anderson University it is our desire for commuter students to be an integral part of the campus community. Anderson defines commuters as students that live with a parent or legal guardian within the commutable distance. We encourage you to seek opportunities to be involved and utilize your personality, gifts, and abilities to build relationships and make a difference on our campus. We realize you have unique needs and our desire is to do our best to meet your needs.
Please know that Commuters must submit housing information and a parent verification form every year through the AU Housing website. This must be complete by the second week in September. If you are intending to commute from an area outside the commutable distance please contact the Department of Student Life (firstname.lastname@example.org) to receive the Appeal Packet.
My role as the Commuter/Off-Campus Advisor is to be a resource, a friendly face, and a place where all questions are welcome. I hope you will feel free to contact me by phone, email, or come by my office--located in Decker 206A--anytime!
Assistant Dean of Students, Director of Residence Life and Advisor to Off-Campus and Commuter Students
For more information on campus activities and how you can get involved, please contact Tamara Shelton. Also be sure to utilize your Commuter Senator through the Student Government Association.
Campus mailbox & E-mail
Every commuter and off-campus student has a campus mailbox and an e-mail account. You are expected to check both of these on a regular basis. They are the two main sources of campus communication.
Current Address Information
All commuter and off-campus students are required each year to complete and submit current housing information by the second week of September. You can do this by logging to the housing website: housing.anderson.edu.
Commuter and Off-Campus Students are expected to abide by all lifestyle expectations of Anderson University. Failure to do so could result in disciplinary action as outlined in the Judicial Code.