The College’s residence facilities consist of 15 halls that provide living arrangements with one- to six-student occupancy styles. A variety of optional lifestyles are offered for students to choose from, including first year experience, community service housing, a transfer living community, outdoor recreation residence and Living/Learning center. The halls are self-contained units where the daily needs of students can be conveniently met. There are washing machines and dryers, as well as vending machines in each hall. Lounges are equipped with study tables, and recreation rooms have televisions and a variety of recreational equipment. Additionally each residence hall has at least one computer lab, and all bedrooms are hardwired for voice, video, and data.
Inquiries about campus lifestyle options should be directed to the Residential Community Life Ofﬁce.
The College does not own or operate any off-campus housing, nor does it inspect or approve available housing, or become involved in private landlord-tenant matters. However, to assist students and faculty, the Housing Ofﬁce does maintain some listings and informational services regarding available private housing for rent.
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