Residence Hall Options
The residence halls are conveniently located within a few minutes’ walk from classes, Cushing Library, computer labs, the dining hall, the athletic facilities, and many social activities. All residence halls are also located within minutes of any faculty or administrative offices, making it convenient to find any needed assistance. Singles are only reserved for upper classmen or for students with a disability (see * below). To make a disability request please contact Laura Lyndon, Coordinator of Disability Support Services at 510-436-1580 or email her at email@example.com.
- Suite – 4-6 people per suite
- Double - 2 people per room
- Single - Single room
- Small Single – Small single room
- Single with Private Bath*
- Durocher Hall - Semester undergraduate students (Continuing students and transfer students)
- Dunn Hall - Semester undergraduate students (First Year Students in the Diversity and Service Connections Project and Continuing Students)
- Feehan Hall - First Year Students in the Leadership Connections Project
- Founder's Hall - Graduate students and non-traditional age undergraduates
The Hawks Nest
The Hawk's Nest is a community game room set up for student entertainment and relaxation. You can hang out on the couches watching a movie or playing video games on the new 52” flat screen, play pool or ping pong with friends, or hold a club meeting or event in a more comfortable atmosphere. A small courtyard adjacent to the Hawks Nest is also a great place to sit and chat while enjoying the great Bay Area weather.