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Residential Living

Traditional Residence Halls – traditional residence halls offer a wonderful environment in which students can learn about the campus, get to know many other students, and share the residential living experience with their peers.  Traditional residence halls consist primarily of double and triple rooms, with a limited number of singles and quads, and most students living in traditional residence halls will make use of shared, common bathrooms (that are specifically designated for either males or females ).  Most first-year students will be assigned to traditional residence halls.  

Contemporary Residence Halls – contemporary residence halls consist of quads, made up of two double rooms connected by a bathroom shared by the four residents.

Suite-Style Residence Hall – suite-style residence halls consist of two or four bedrooms, along with a common living area, a small kitchenette, and one or two bathrooms.  

Change of Residence Room

Definition of Residency

A resident is defined as a student who has been assigned by Residential Life to a specific room in the residential system.  Only the student(s) assigned to a given room have the right to reside in that room, and students may only reside in the room and building to which they have been assigned by Residential Life.  The commitment to college housing includes mandatory participation in the college meal plan.

Any visitor or guest who stays in a room for more than three nights in a seven day period will be defined as having established residency.  Any student whose visitor or guest establishes residency will be subject to disciplinary action, as will any student who establishes residency in a room to which he/she has not been assigned.

Housing Options

Housing During Break Periods

Policies and Procedures

Room Occupancy

Room Selection for Returning Students

Roommate Relationship

Senior Week Note