Residence Hall Room Gallery
The architecture that makes many of our oldest residence halls so appealing also means that no two rooms are alike. For the same reason, there is limited availability for some types of rooms.
The chart below identifies the most commonly available rooms, the number of occupants they accommodate and the rate for each. To determine the cost of rooms, please explore our room and board rates for 2016-2017.
To view a photo gallery of rooms in selected residence halls, please choose one of the following options:
|Standard Rooms with Community Bath|
These rooms share a community bath with other rooms. Bathrooms are cleaned by our facilities staff.
|Single||One room, one occupant||2|
|Double||One room, two occupants||4|
|Large triple/Overflow triple||One room, three occupants||4|
|Large quad/Overflow Quad||One room, four occupants||4|
|Triple||One room, three occupants||5|
|Quad||One room, four occupants||5|
|Rooms with Private Baths|
These rooms have private baths, accessible from the room and not shared with any other rooms. Residents are responsible for cleaning private baths.
|Single with private bath||One room, one occupant, private bath||1|
|Double with private bath||One room, two occupants, private bath||3|
|Triple with private bath||One room, three occupants, private bath||3|
|Quad with private bath||One room, four occupants, private bath||3|
|Rooms with Shared Baths|
These rooms have an attached bath that it is shared with the occupants of another room. Residents are responsible for cleaning shared baths.
|Single with shared bath||One room, one occupant, shared bath||2 or 3|
|Single with shared bath on corridor||One room, one occupant, shared bath with 4 to 6 people||2|
|Double with shared bath||One room, two occupants, shared bath||4|
|Double with shared bath on corridor||One room, two occupants, shared bath with 4 to 6 people||4|
|Two room double with shared bath||Two rooms, two occupants, shared bath||3|
These spaces include bedrooms, a bath and a common area (but no kitchen). Residents are responsible for cleaning baths.
|Single in a 2- to 5-person suite||One room, one occupant in a suite of 2 to 5 people||2|
|Double in a 2- to 5-person suite||One room, two occupants in a suite of 2 to 5 people||2|
|Triple in a 2- to 5-person suite||One room, three occupants in a suite of 2 to 5 people||2|
|Multi-Room Configurations with Community Bath|
These spaces consist of multiple rooms, but do not have a bathroom or common area. These bathrooms are cleaned by our professional facilities staff.
|Two-room double||Two rooms, two occupants||3|
|Two-room triple||Two rooms, three occupants||4|
|Two-room quad||Two rooms, four occupants||3|
|Multi-Room Configurations with Private Bath|
These spaces consist of multiple rooms and a bathroom, but no common room. Residents are responsible for cleaning private baths.
|Two-room double with private bath||Two rooms, two occupants, private bath||2|
|Two-room triple with private bath||Two rooms, three occupants, private bath||2|
|Two-room quad with private bath||Two rooms, four occupants, private bath||2|
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