Nearly all of our dormitories are single rooms, with the exception of two- to four-person suites available in Smith Hall. Each single room is outfitted with a bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, sink, and medicine cabinet, as well as a closet and room for storage above the closet. In Smith Hall, suites are equipped with beds, dressers, desks, desk chairs, and closets. Smith Hall is also air-conditioned. Each hall has a common restroom facility including individual showers, toilets, and sinks. Additionally, each dorm room or suite has its own heating register and window.
Each dorm hall has a community lounge with a microwave, refrigerator, couches, flat-screen TV, and a DVD player. Wireless routers are located on each dorm hall; there are also hard-wired data ports in each dorm room (bring a 10’ to 14’ Ethernet cable to make use of this option).
Our dorms are featured in our virtual tour! Visit our virtual tour page, and click on Dorm Room on the left.
What to bring:
- Clothes for every season (see Dress Code)
- Pillow and bedding (regular twin sheets)
- Toiletries (shampoo, soap, toothpaste, etc)
- Sticky tack to hang items on the wall
- Standard Ethernet cable (10’ to 14’)
- Surge protectors
- Extension cords
- Laundry detergent
- Laundry basket or bag
- Hangers for closet
- School supplies
- Shower caddy and flip flops
What you may want:
- Area rug (all rooms but Smith Hall)
- Small refrigerator
- Loft bed (click here for requirements)
- Coffee maker
- Closet shoe organizer
- Curtains and curtain rod
- Dry erase board
What NOT to bring:
- Hot plates
- Pets (besides fish)
- An inadequate loft bed
All unmarried students are required to room and board at the college unless they live with a relative within commuting distance. Housing for married students is readily available through nearby apartments with reasonable rental rates.