Traditional Style Residence Halls
These communities are traditional with respect to the building design. They are distinguished by bedrooms located on either side of a central corridor and a community bathroom that serves the floor. Traditional residence halls tend to be more popular with 1st year residents. The traditional style halls include:
Suite Style Residence Halls
This style of hall offers a suite of two or three bedrooms that share an adjacent bathroom. In most cases, the suites are accessible from an interior common space, although there are some with bedrooms that open directly from the exterior of the building. Suite style halls tend to be popular with 2nd year residents, so availability for 1st year residents is limited. The suite style halls which are coed by suite include:
Theme and Living-Learning Communities
Our theme and living-learning communities offer students the opportunity to live in community with others who share common interests or lifestyle choices. The theme and interest communities are coed by floor and include:
- Women and Men for Others, Coughlin Hall (traditional style hall)
- Learning to Lead, Coughlin Hall (traditional style hall)
- Engineering, Goller Hall (suite style hall)
- Cura Personalis, Coughlin Hall (traditional style hall)
- Outdoor Pursuits, Marian Hall (traditional style hall)
- Encountering Cultures, Coughlin Hall (traditional style hall)
- Biology Lincoln House (traditional style hall)
Note: Coughlin Hall is available to those who submit a supplemental application and are chosen to participate based on a subjective review of that supplemental application.
Building and Room Features
Each of our communities has a unique character, but all share some common features: room and lounge furnishings, network access, cable TV and phone service, community space, and access to laundry facilities.
Click here to view an interactive map of campus. This is a great way to see exactly where on campus each residence hall is located.