Welcome to Gen Z’s idea of a campus Utopia, and one that keeps me up at night
Scott D. Miller, PhD
Scott D. Miller, PhD
President of Virginia Wesleyan College &
Co-Executive Editor of “President to President”

We’ve heard a lot about what today a college student (and their parents) expects from their institutions.

Frequently at the top of the list is student housing. They want distinctive, comfortable, convenient, attractive student housing—not the traditional dormitory with a bathroom at the end of the hall. They want privacy and amenities, easy proximity to classes and co-curricular activities, up-to-date technology, and in-room dining options. Let’s not forget parking. Some students arrive with more than one vehicle these days.