Residence Hall Styles

First-year residence halls

First-year residents live in Avila, Assisi, Padua, Featherman, Frederick and Siena Halls. First-year halls are arranged in corridors with community bath facilities and opportunities for single sex and co-ed floors. Bedrooms are double or triple occupancy. Featherman, a track-style building, has rooms around the perimeter and common space in the center. 

Features of the first-year residence halls 

  • Phone jacks, ethernet port and cable TV service in each student room
  • Extra-long twin beds
  • Flexible board plan
  • Laundry room in each hall
  • Wireless internet
  • Lounge with study area, cable TV, DVD player (in some lounges) and vending machines
  • Common area kitchen with sink, stove and microwave
  • Courtesy phone on each floor for on-campus and emergency use
  • A call box at an entrance of each hall
  • Mail facilities in Avila Hall serving all first-year halls, excluding Frederick Hall  (located in East Hall)
  • A Resident Advisor in each building

Upperclass residence halls

Upperclass students live in Champlain, East, West and Sokokis Halls. These halls consist of semi-private suites. Champlain Hall offers suites of double occupancy rooms with extra-long twin beds for four or six people. East and West Halls’ suites each contain four single occupancy rooms with full-sized beds. Champlain, East and West Halls share a mail facility, and Sokokis contains its own.

Sokokis, our newest hall, offers two suite styles, each with extra-long twin beds, four single rooms or one double and two single rooms.

Features of suite buildings 

  • Phone, ethernet and cable jacks in each bedroom and living room
  • Kitchenette with full-sized refrigerator, cabinets, microwave and sink
  • Community kitchen
  • Community lounge with comfortable furniture, cable TV and DVD player
  • Study lounge on each floor
  • Courtesy phone on each floor
  • Laundry rooms
  • Wireless internet
  • Call box at the entrance of each hall
  • Resident Advisor in each building