Room Types

The majority of residence hall rooms are double rooms (meaning two beds in one room), but there are also triples, singles, and suite-style rooms

When you register for housing, you will get to select your top five room-type-by-building choices. No matter what room type you prefer, every student will have their own bed, desk, chair, and wardrobe or closet space.

Here is what you need to know:

Double Rooms

In a double room you have one roommate. You will share the room and your on-campus living experience together.

Triple Rooms

Consistent with guidance from health authorities and the state, there will be no triple rooms available for the 2020-2021 academic year. In a triple room you live with two roommates. Triple rooms tend to be a bit larger than double rooms, but sometimes bunking or lofting beds is necessary.

Single Rooms

In a single room you will not have a roommate. There is a limited number of rooms available and priority is given to students who require accommodations.

Suite-Style Rooms

In a suite a single or double room shares amenities like a bathroom and shower with another room. 

  • 2-person suite with bath—two single rooms that are connected by a shared full bathroom.
  • 4-person suite with bath—two double rooms that are connected by a shared full bathroom.
  • 6-person suite with bath—three double rooms that share a private hallway and full bathroom.