Although only first-years, transfer, and exchange students are required to live on campus, most upper-class students choose College housing, with generally fewer than three percent living off campus each year.
The large majority of students will have an air conditioner provided in their rooms for regular usage, units stay in rooms year round. Only a limited number of rooms in Lunt (upperclass housing) and Comfort and Jones (first-year housing) cannot meet electrical requirements and therefore will not have air conditioners. In order for the College to accommodate students with a documented need for air conditioning due to a disability or medical condition, students must contact Access and Disability Services for more information.
No Air Conditioning:
- Comfort, Jones, and Lunt: All "A" rooms.
The following buildings have some or all of their singles arranged in suite-style: Barclay, Gummere, HCA, Leeds, Lloyd, North Dorms (Jones, Lunt, Comfort). Some suites include a common room, while others include a shared suite bathroom; some suites include both or neither.
Meal plan selection for a residence hall where the meal plan is optional can be any of the College’s available meal plans or a student may choose to opt out of a meal plan completely. Meal plan selection for a residence hall where a meal plan is mandatory is the Traditional.
All first-year students must be on the Traditional meal plan and may only live in the designated first-year buildings.
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Please refer to the Residential Life Handbook for Residential Life policies.