The Main building houses about 180 students in single, double, triple, and quad rooms. Main 2nd and 3rd floor are gender inclusive, and open to sophomores, juniors and seniors. Main 4th floor is the Healthy Lifestyles floor on-campus, and is co-ed, housing first-years, sophomores, juniors and seniors.
In the basement of Main Building, there is a vending machine, free laundry facilities, and study space. Main Building has a large lounge with wireless internet access, a full kitchen on the first floor, and a community computer lab. In addition, each floor has a furnished lounge. There are two kitchenettes located throughout the building.
Weld houses about 60 students on three co-ed floors in single and double rooms. First years, sophomores, juniors and seniors are eligible to live in Weld.
On the first floor of Weld there are two lounges, each with tables, couches and lamps for studying. Off of these two lounges there are two computer labs, one with Macintosh Computers the other with Windows. In the basement there is a free laundry facility and vending machines. On the second floor there is a balcony, a TV lounge with cable and wireless internet. There is also a kitchen complete with a community refrigerator, a stove, sink, and microwave.
Leach is the home to about 80 students. Each floor in Leach is single sex, and is a first-year building.
In the Leach basement there is a main lounge with a flat screen TV, couches, vending machines, and a pool table. There is also a free laundry facility located in the basement. Off of the front lobby there is a furnished study space complete with lamps, tables, couches, and a small TV with cable. The lounge also has wireless internet capabilities.
Green House is part of Special Interest Housing on campus. Each year, students may apply as a group (7 students) to create a themed community within the house. Students living in Green House will provide campus-wide programming based on their theme, and learn to live in an intentional community.
The house includes four bedrooms, 1 + 1/2 bathrooms, living room, family room, dining room, kitchen and mud room. Students are not required to be on the meal plan. The Green House is fully furnished; however, students must supply their own kitchen materials including silverware and dishes.
About 120 students reside in Dodge in double and single rooms set up in suite like living. Dodge North is open to first-year students, and Dodge South is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors and is gender inclusive.
Each floor in Dodge has a floor lounge with couches and coffee tables. Each floor also has a kitchenette with a stove top, sink, microwave, and a community refrigerator. The basement of Dodge has free laundry facilities. The main lounge in Dodge is equipped with wireless internet, couches, a television with cable television, a pool table, and vending machines.
Affectionately known as "GP", Glen Park houses about 40 women who are either junior or senior standing. GP is the only entirely single sex residence hall on campus.
In GP there are two study lounges with tables, chairs, and couches. There is also a television lounge complete with couches and cable. In Glen Park there is a free laundry facility and a full kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, a refrigerator, and a stove.
11 students live in the Fairlane Apartments (Two 4 person apartments, one 3 person apartments). Each Apartment includes two furnished bedrooms, bathroom, living room (unfurnished) and kitchen. Students are not required to be on the meal plan. Students must supply their own kitchen materials including silverware and dishes.
Social Justice Learning Community
12 students live in Mandell House (social justice learning community). The house includes six apartments (single, double and triple apartments) - each apartment has furnished bedrooms, a bathroom, and kitchen. Mandell House students must supply their own kitchen materials including silverware and dishes. Mandell students are not required to be on the meal plan.
Each residence hall has a laundry room equipped with free washing machines and dryers. Please note that many of our washers are"green"energy saving machines and require a particular type of laundry detergent.
The laundry facilities are shared by every member of the building community and must be kept clean and uncluttered.
If you experience problems with machines or dryers, please contact Mac Gray Laundry Solutions at 1-800-Mac-Gray.