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Residence Halls

Our students appreciate the amenities that come with every room: beautiful views of open space, stylish furnishings, roomy interiors and smart design. Most residence halls offer intimate rooms for small study groups, fully-equipped community kitchens for creating midnight snacks, laundry rooms and even lounge areas with flat screen TVs. Our residence halls have 2 main floor plans - suite-style and traditional-style. Learn more about each room style below. Whether you prefer to live in our newest residence hall, or in a more historic hall that's been beautifully renovated, you're sure to find one that fits your personal style perfectly.

Disability Resource Center Approved Single Room Accommodations:

As of October 1, 2017, Housing & Residential Education states students with disabilities approved for single rooms, or other requested accommodations required by Disability Resource Center, as housing accommodations are not charged a supplemental single-room premium or room buyout charge solely because of the need for the accommodation.

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Suite Style Rooms

Suite-style rooms typically have between 2-6 students per suite.  The most common layout for the suites are two, 2-person bedrooms and bathroom within the suite.  Cleaning of the bathroom is the responsibility of the residents.  With the exception of Harrison, these buildings also have a shared living room.  Please click on each community below to get more details.

Traditional Style Rooms

Traditional-style rooms typically have two students per bedroom.  In two person rooms each bedroom is  equipped with 2 beds, 2 dressers or closets, and 2 desks with 2 desk chairs.  Most rooms feature a vanity sink and mirror within the room.  The restrooms are down the hall and are cleaned daily by custodial staff. Within buildings with this room type, there is a student lounge, a kitchen, laundry rooms, and TV room.  Please click on each community below to  get more details.