When you live in the residence halls you’re part of the campus - close to the library, computer labs and classrooms. Best of all, your friends—old friends and the ones you haven't made yet—are right around the corner. All residence halls (except Founders Hall) are mixed-class halls, which means first-year students, sophomores, juniors, and seniors live in one shared community. The number of residents on each floor ranges from 30-60 students.
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Theme Housing Options
The Office of Housing & Residence Life is excited to be implementing theme housing within our residence hall communities. If interested, residents will have the option to select a themed community to live in as part of the housing application & selection process. The idea for these communities is to have students with a shared interest living in close proximity to one another to create a more inclusive and active floor community. Below are the theme options for the 2017-18 Academic Year:
Quiet Lifestyle (Dunn Hall 5th floor)
- This community is for students wanting a more serene living environment. 24 hour quiet hours will be in place for this floor at all times throughout the year.
Gender-specific Housing (Dunn Hall 4th floor & Feehan Hall)
- We offer several communities within the residence halls that are gender-specific and have only one gender living on a particular floor. Female-only floors are found in Dunn & Feehan Halls while the male-only floor is found in Feehan Hall. All other floors are co-ed.
Wellness (Dunn Hall 3rd floor)
- Programs & discussion in this community will revolve around the topics of self-care, exercise, nutrition, and personal reflection.
Sustainable Living (Durocher Hall C-level)
- This community deals with all things sustainability and is aimed at those who enjoy activities associated with this way of living. This includes recycling, reducing your carbon footprint, and eating organically.