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First Year Residence Halls

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All first year students are housed in one of the five large Residence Halls. The large residence halls are designed to maximize student interaction and to promote group activities. The living accommodations are designed in a two-room suite arrangement; each room has a private vanity and an adjoining shower/toilet facility. Only one other room shares the shower/toilet. Students are responsible for cleaning their own bathrooms.  The halls have study areas; a recreation room with a TV; pool table, ping-pong table, and foosball table; and a large lobby area with a working fireplace. There is also a laundry room in the basement of each facility. Each room comes with a MicroFridge (microwave/refrigerator unit).

First Year residential students living in one of the five First Year Residence Halls have the opportunity to join a RealWorld Interest Group.

Laurel, Maple, and Oak Halls feature commuter rooms for First Year students who don't live on campus.

Room Layouts and Dimensions

Click the links below to view floorplans and room layouts for each First Year Residence Hall.  Clicking the following links will open an interactive PDF file got each floor.  To view a room layout, simply click on the room number on the floorplan that you want to view.  This will open another PDF file with the specific room layout.  You will need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these files.


Room Dimensions

The dimensions given below are for the sleep/study space in the each of the rooms. The closet/vanity area in each room is a separate area and is approximately 6’6" x 11’.

Space under beds: 10 1/4"

Hemlock and Hickory:  All rooms: 11'4" x 11'6"

Exceptions

09, 109, 209, 138, & 238 - 14'4" x 11'6"
125 &225 - 11'4" x 11'5"
126 & 226 - 8'4" x 11'5"

Laurel, Maple, and Oak:  All rooms: 11'4" x 11'8"

Exceptions

125 and 225 - 11'4" x 11'7"
126 and 226 - 8'4" x 11'6"

Last Reviewed: May 21, 2008