Recently in Housing Category
It's that time of year - housing selection! Join our very own Woman on Campus, Sarah Galvez, as she tours the dorms in her four part series.
Dorm Series, Simmons Hall
Interview with Nerissa Chan, Morse Hall
Want some decorating tips? Looking for some new ideas? Want to know how Quadside Late Night Crafts and CAB Craft corners can help with your room decor? Perhaps you are just curious how other people have set up their bedroom. Whatever the reason, you will enjoy taking a trip with SC Cribs to RA Nerissa Chan's room in Morse Hall.
What is your favorite thing in your room?
My favorite thing in my room is probably a split between the rug and the fridge (oddly enough!) I found the rug secondhand for free and my fridge has been with me FOREVER. They both really help tie the room together.
Interview with Lauren Contic & Lyndlee Hayes, South Hall
Want some decorating tips? Looking for some new ideas? Perhaps you are just curious how other people have set up their bedroom. Whatever the reason, you will enjoy taking a trip with SC Cribs to first year Lauren & Lyndlee's South Hall room.
Junior Cristina Aiello takes us on a tour through her South Hall Triple room. This room is one of the two triples on a floor that has two rooms (the third triple is one large room) and all triples are connected to the double room next to them through a fire door.
To see more pictures of South hall rooms, visit the Hall Descriptions page.
- Wellness/Substance Free Theme Community
- Is home to all class levels, including Graduate/Dix on the 4th & 5th Floors
- Contains singles, doubles, and triples
- Is close to Holmes Sports Center
- Boasts an open family feel and strong sense of community
- Holds strongly encouraged and wellness focused programming events
- Has laundry facilities, a large living room, two kitchens, piano, fireplace, study rooms, TV, and vending machines
Returning undergraduate students who are interested in living in South Hall should fill out the Theme Community & Special Interest application by Sunday, April 1st. Theme Community & Special Interest housing selection is Monday, April 2nd from 6:15pm-7:00pm. South hall will not be open during regular senior, junior or sophomore selection times, so if you want to live in this beautiful community you need to select to do so by April 1st! Graduate students who are interested in South can choose the community during Grad/Dix Selection on April 2nd at 5:45pm.
Junior Nishanthi Kulenthirarajan shows us her room in Dix Hall in this short video.
Dix Hall houses a mix of Sophomores and Juniors and contains contains double rooms, fire-door connected rooms, and one quad. It was fully renovated in 1999, and had a recent 1st floor kitchen renovation completed in January 2012. Dix hall also has air conditioning in early fall when it is still hot.
To see pictures and a sample floor plan of Dix Hall visit the Residence Halls page on the Residence Life website.
Take a tour through the halls in preparation for returning housing selection! This is the first in a whole series of videos showing you what rooms look like within our variety of halls on campus.
Living in Mesick is great! It's nice to live in a recently renovated hall; it looks bright and clean. I live on the third floor, which is the substance-free floor in Mesick. We have a laundry room, a lounge, and a really nice bathroom! There isn't a TV in the lounge, so it's perfect for studying or just hanging out. If you do want to watch TV, there is one on the first floor and one on the fourth floor. If you want a nice kitchen to cook or bake, the fourth floor is the foodie floor and has quite the kitchen. It's so convenient; you just have to go up a flight of stairs! Another great amenity of Mesick is the smart classroom. If you want somewhere to study with a white board, but don't want to walk all the way to the library, you can just go to the Mesick smart classroom on the first floor. Mesick is a great place to be!
- Celia, Sophomore Student, Mesick Hall
Interview with Joana Paolino, Arnold Hall
Want some decorating tips? Looking for some new ideas? Perhaps you are just curious how other people have set up their bedroom. Whatever the reason, you will enjoy taking a trip with SC Cribs to current Junior Joana Paolino's Arnold Hall room.
If you had to describe your room in one word, what would it be?