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Returning Student Housing

RETURNING STUDENTS
HOUSING SIGN-UPS FOR 2019 - 2020

NEW ROOM SELECTION will be April 1st – 4th on Self-Service. 

  • Sign-up days will be by current class status; Senior – Apr. 1st, Junior – Apr. 2nd, Sophomore – Apr. 3rd, Freshmen – Apr. 4th.

Please look over the Returning Student Housing Flyer for more information on when and how to sign-up for housing on self-service.

The current residency policy states: All full-time students are required to live on campus except those who are married, veterans, twenty years old or older AND reached junior status, or live with their parents or legal guardians (within 50 miles of campus).

In the Fall  of 2021 the policy will state:  All full-time students are required to live on campus except those who are married, veterans, twenty-one years old or older AND reached senior status, or live with their parents or legal guardians (within 50 miles of campus).

Students living off-campus are subject to a financial aid adjustment.  Please visit Financial Aid! Students who plan to live off campus will need to complete and return an off campus application by April 5th.  Applications are available in the Student Affairs Office in Sutton Hall.
 

 


 

2019-2020 Housing Prices

Pricing is per semester (not academic year!) and per student (not per room/apartment!)

RESIDENCE HALLS (meal plan required)

  Double Private
Broadhurst Hall, Sutton Hall                     1810 2375
Cole Hall/Wallingford Hall (First Year Students Only)    1890 3785

REID 1 & 2 BEDROOM SUITES (Living room, no kitchen - Meal plan required)

    Quad Triple Double Private
  One Bedroom     2825 5650
  Two bedroom 2825 3765    
REID Studio (Private studio room, private bath, no kitchen - Meal plan required)
  Studio       3790

APARTMENTS (Meal plan optional)

    Quad Triple Double Private
Warren Apartments Two bedroom 3330 4445    
Honor Apartments One Bedroom     3450 6900

Meal Plans:

17 meals/week + $50 Flex 2165 Traditional
14 meals/week + $75 Flex 1985 Traditional
10 meals/week + $550 Flex 2165 High Flex
7 meals/week + $575 Flex 1985 High Flex
Commuter Plan (10 meals/week + $100 Flex) 1810 Off-Campus, Honors, Warren

 

Residential Facility Information
All residence halls and apartments are furnished with beds, dressers, and desks for the default capacity of the room.  College furniture is not to be moved and the college does not store furniture. Students are allowed to bring additional living room furnishings if they wish.


Apartments

WARREN: Two bedroom town homes with kitchen and 1 ½ baths, housing up to 4 students.Meal plan optional, open during semester breaks and available for summer occupancy. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.

HONOR: One bedroom apartment with kitchen and 1 bathroom, housing up to 2 students. Meal plan optional, open during semester breaks and available for summer occupancy. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.


Suites

REID: Studio (one student), one bedroom (up to 2 students), and two bedroom (up to 4 students) suites, 1 bathroom, no kitchen*. Meal plan required. Closed during semester breaks. *Suites without kitchens are not allowed any kitchen appliances with heating elements, except for coffee pots with automatic shut offs. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.


Residence Halls

BROADHURST: Co-ed living for upperclassmen and transfers. Private and double rooms.  Bathroom shared between two rooms. Meal plan required. Community kitchen available. Closed during semester breaks. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.

COLE: Housing for first-year women. Meal plan required. Closed during semester breaks. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.

SUTTON: Co-ed living for upperclassmen and transfers. Private and double rooms.  Suites with shared bathroom between two rooms. Meal plan required. Closed during semester breaks. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.

WALLINGFORD: Housing for first-year men. Meal plan required. Closed during semester breaks. See pictures in the Residence Life Handbook PDF.

 

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