University Towers is comprised of Burman Hall, the Andrews University residence hall for graduate aged men, constructed in 1981, and Damazo Hall, the Andrews University residence hall for graduate aged women, constructed in 2011. Besides integral commons areas, they also share a large lobby at the entrance to the facility. There students from both buildings may watch tv, study or visit.
Burman Hall features an, elevator, full laundry facilities, in-room climate control, and activity center with a full kitchen. Study rooms and community bathrooms are located at the center of each floor. Burman Hall mainly accommodates students who are age 21 and older.
Damazo Hall features apartment style living for graduate aged women. It's large rooms are doubles or quads, all with spacious bathroom and full kitchen, including full-size refrigerator, stove and microwave.
University Towers offers students so much more than a place to sleep! Our aim is to provide an environment where our residents can mature intellectually and socially while attaining spiritual depth and developing crucial life skills. Our services, programs and policies are designed to aid that process. During a time of new experiences, we're here to provide guidance, direction and stability, in an environment of community and mutual respect.
University Towers is located on the northwest corner of campus beside the athletic field, basketball and tennis courts.