The four-bedroom unit has a kitchenette, two bathrooms and a common living area. The kitchenette includes a full-size refrigerator, microwave and sink. Each student has their own bedroom with a bed, desk and dresser. The living area is furnished with a love seat, chair, coffee table and end table.
The efficiency has a kitchenette, an all-purpose room and a bathroom. The kitchenette includes a full-size refrigerator, microwave and sink. The all-purpose room is furnished with two beds, two desks, two chairs and two dressers. The bathroom includes a shower and tub.
The Clubhouse contains the laundry and activity space as well as a kitchen, vending machines, a television area, a group study room and a computer room.
Elizabeth Means Armstrong Hall
This two-story, co-ed residence hall houses 75 students. All units are single occupancy. Open to upperclassmen and graduate students.
*Elizabeth will close for the summer session. Residents will move to a four-bedroom unit in West Village Apartments for the discounted rate.
Each student has a single room which shares a bathroom with the adjoining room. Floors are co-ed. The hall has a large living/activity room with a kitchen. Laundry facilities are located on each floor.
Stella Russell Hall
This three-story, co-ed residence hall houses 150 students. Double- and single-occupancy rooms are available. Each floor and wing have a common bathroom. Open to all students.
*Stella will close for the summer session. Residents will move to a four-bedroom unit in West Village Apartments for the discounted rate. Single rooms will not be assigned until Room Change week, which begins two weeks after the first day of each semester.
Students live with a roommate or can rent a single occupancy room while sharing common bathrooms on each floor. OC Hall has a large common area and a community kitchen on the first floor. It is located near Dora’s Café, Brown-Lupton Campus Center, the Jack and Jo Willa Morton Fitness Center and the Sid Richardson Center.
All undergraduate students who live on-campus are required to have a meal plan. Prices are subject to change.
Designed for people who spend lots of time on campus. All three plans satisfy the dining requirement for undergraduate students living on campus. Each plan is $1,672.46 per semester.
Unlimited meals, $50 declining balance per semester
15 meals per week, $100 declining balance per semester
12 meals per week, $150 declining balance per semester
Declining balance dollars can be used at Java City, The Grill, and the Convenience Store.
Spirit Commuter Plans
Designed for people who are on the go, these plans are tailored to students who live off campus.