The residence halls are designed to focus on the needs of incoming freshmen and house 1,062 students in double or triple occupancy bedrooms clustered around community bathrooms. Active rooms and study rooms are centrally located on each floor, assisting students through purposeful and immediate interaction with other community members. Residents will share their room with one or two other students and a community bathroom with seven or eight other residents. Bathrooms consist of 2 private showers, 2 sinks and 2 stalls.
Bedrooms: Approximately 12 feet wide by 11 feet long (closet is 5 feet wide) Each bedroom has two Ethernet ports, two telephone jacks and two cable TV plugs.
Beds: 80 inches long and 39 inches wide. (twin extra long)
Dresser: Two, 2-drawer underbed storage, each 30" wide x 22" deep, and 17" tall.
Desk: 42 inches wide x 24 inches deep 1 drawer and 1 bookshelf and a two position chair.
Triple Occupancy Units
Students who live in a triple occupancy unit are eligible to receive a credit of up to $800 per semester. More information about Triple Credits can be found here.
In triple-occupancy rooms, furniture in the rooms is assigned to students based on their bedspace:
- Residents assigned to the A1 bedspace use the desk, drawers, and closet on the left side of the room.
- Residents assigned to the A2 bedspace use the desk, drawers, and closet on the right side of the room.
- Residents assigned to the A3 bedspace use the desk and standing wardrobe/dresser underneath the A2 bed and may use the space under their own bed for additional storage.