All seven of our residence halls provide a unique community experience, encouraging students to embrace diversity and challenge themselves. All residence halls are open to all class years.
Ferncliff Hall - Located in the southwest corner of campus next to Commencement Hollow, Ferncliff is right down the hill from Recitation Hall and Myers Hall. This co-ed hall houses 150 residents across four floors. (No A/C)
Firestine Hall - Located in the center of campus, Firestine is close to the HPER Center and academic buildings. This co-ed hall houses 220 residents across three air-conditioned floors. (A/C)
Myers Hall - Located at the top of the hollow, Myers was the first building constructed on campus and now houses our honors students. This co-ed historic building houses 140 residents across five floors. (No A/C) **For the 2019-2020 academic year, Myers Hall will be offline so a thorough assessment can be done for possible future repairs.**
New Hall - Located next to the Behnam-Pence Student Center and Alumni Way, New Hall is the newest residence hall on campus. This hall houses nearly 200 students across three air-conditioned floors. (A/C)
Polis House - Located across the street from Chakeres Theatre, Polis House is our smallest residence hall housing 30 students across three floors. This close, quiet community is in the heart of campus and features air-conditioned spaces. (A/C)
Tower Hall - Located next to Firestine Hall and Chakeres Theatre, Tower is the tallest building campus and gives quick access to the HPER Center and academic buildings. The ten residential floors houses 230 residents in air-conditioned rooms and offer amazing views of campus. (A/C)
Woodlawn Hall - Located on Alumni Way, Woodlawn is our only all-female residence hall on campus! This historic gem houses 100 residents across three+ floors - the "+" is the unique front wing with charming dormers, stairwell, and doorways. (No A/C)