Residence halls offer the best environment for students to learn about campus, get to know each other, and live the traditional residence experience with their fellow classmates.
Contemporary Style Residence Halls
Contemporary style residence halls consist of quads (adjoining double rooms connected by a private bathroom). The halls are co-educational, but a single-sex environment is maintained in each quad room and in most cases hall floors are a mix of female and male students.
Traditional "Dorm" Style Residence Halls
Traditional "dorm" style residence halls consist of doubles, triples, and in a few cases quads. The halls (except for Van Winkle, which is all female) are co-educational, but a single-sex environment is maintained in each room and in most cases halls are split into female and males floors. Each floor has its own common single-sex bathroom for all residents of that floor.
- McClelland Hall
- Van Winkle Hall
- Woodland Hall