Room Types & Furnishings
Residence Halls -each student will have a bed, dresser, desk, desk chair and a closet. Each room also has a bookshelf a corkboards on the wall.
Apartments - in the apartments each student will have the same bedroom furniture found in the residence halls (a bed, dresser, desk, desk chair and a closet. Each room also has a bookshelf a corkboards on the wall). In the shared living space the kitchen is furnished with an oven and refrigerator as well a dining room table and chairs. The living room is furnished with a couch or upholstered chairs to seat each person in the apartment.
Types of Rooms/Apartments - see the rates page for room rates:
Single Rooms—These rooms are constructed for one resident.
Double Rooms—These rooms are constructed for two residents.
Designed Triple Rooms—These rooms are designed to accommodate three residents. The beds provided may be bunked two high for metal-framed beds and three high for wood-framed beds.
Supplemental Triple—Each year, based on the size of the incoming first year class, the college may deem it necessary to implement supplemental housing. These are double rooms that are furnished to accommodate three residents. The beds provided may be bunked two high and there are three dressers, desks, and desk chairs for the residents of the room. Residents share two closets and bookshelves. An explanation of how supplemental housing works can be found on the supplemental housing page.
Quads—These rooms are designed to house four residents.
Quintets- These rooms are only found in Naugle & Witmer and are often called wrap-around rooms because of their large size (check out room 301 on the B side).