The following are provided to all residents in all of our buildings: basic cable, wi-fi, student ID access, central heat & air, laundry facility, set of furniture.
Our seven traditional halls, built in the 50s, 60s, and 70s, offer classic residential experiences. Each building has a unique set of amenities, and it’s easy to choose one that best suits your needs. Traditional halls have double occupancy rooms that are fully furnished and move-in ready. Community bathrooms are conveniently located on each floor or wing.
Our custodial staff clean the community bathrooms and common areas twice daily. Students are responsible for keeping their rooms clean.
Our traditional halls house students by gender.
Brown (females, 2017-18)
Crosby (females, 2018-19)
Deaton (TBA, 2018-19)
Hefley (males, 2017-18)
Stewart (males, 2017-18)
Our newest residence halls feature in-room bathrooms as well as amenities such as community kitchens, lounges, and study rooms. Each double room is furnished with a movable desk, desk chair, movable dresser, and twin extra-long bed for each resident. Males and females live on separate wings in these buildings.
Our custodial staff clean the in-room bathrooms and sink areas in student rooms every two weeks. Common areas are cleaned twice daily.
Our contemporary halls house both females and males.
The residential colleges (RCs) have all of the amenities included in our contemporary halls as well as libraries, classrooms, and the RC Marketplace dining facility. Single-, double-, and quad-occupancy rooms are available in the RCs; singles and quads are reserved for sophomores and upperclassmen. Furniture in resident rooms includes a desk, desk chair, movable dresser, movable nightstand, closet, and twin extra-long or full (select rooms only) bed for each resident.
Our custodial staff clean the in-room bathrooms and sink areas in student rooms twice biweekly. Common areas are cleaned twice daily.
Our residential colleges house both females and males.
Our apartments provide sophomores and upperclassmen with a more independent style of living that’s conveniently located on campus.
If you require student housing accommodations due to a disability, including the use of a service or assistance animal, please contact Student Disability Services.