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Dormitory Life

Our 13 single-gender, mixed-age dormitories provide comfortable spaces in which all students — including day students, who are assigned their own rooms — can rest, study, spend time with friends, and feel at home. Residential faculty members live in each dorm, and proctors — trained upperclassmen who act as leaders in their dorms — watch out for their peers and help create a safe, respectful community.

Residence halls range in size from six to 65 rooms, with common rooms for relaxing and dorm gatherings. All rooms have wireless network access and come furnished with a bureau, bed, desk, chair, lamp, phone, trash can, and recycling bin for each occupant. While the majority of rooms are singles, many students will have a roommate for at least one year; in fact, we recommend that incoming students request roommates to help them expand their group of friends and build a sense of camaraderie in a new place.

All dorms are locked 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students gain entry by holding their student ID card next to the door sensor entry pad.