The College’s residence facilities consist of 15 non-smoking halls that provide living arrangements with one- to six-student occupancy styles. A variety of optional lifestyles are offered for students to choose from. 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 space and recreation rooms have televisions and a variety of recreational equipment. Every bedroom is equipped with voice, cable, and data connections. Additionally, each residence hall has at least one computer lab.
Staffing for the residence halls consists of one full-time professional Residence Hall Director, who is a student development specialist. An upperclassman known as a Resident Advisor lives on each floor/ section to personally integrate student life services in the immediate environment. A concerted effort is made to aid students in the development of positive social behavior and good study habits, rather than to exercise close supervision of the individual.
The College believes that all freshmen and sophomores should live in the residence halls. Students living on campus must contract for one of the dining hall meal plans. This system is flexible, providing a variety of choices in food selection, meal times, and sites. It is the student’s responsibility to initiate and follow through on the procedures necessary to secure housing and meal plans. Inquiries about campus lifestyle options should be directed to the Residential Community Life Office.
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