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What is a typical residence hall room like?

360-degree room panoramas

Use the links below to explore 360-degree panoramic images of different room types in different buildings.

Examples of single rooms:

Examples of double rooms:

Examples of triple rooms:

Example of a quad (4-person living arrangement):

What will my room contain?

Student rooms have an extra-long twin bed, a desk, a desk chair, a desk lamp, a bureau or wardrobe, and a wastebasket for each occupant. The windows have drapes, shades, or blinds. Buildings have shared kitchens containing a refrigerator, stove, and microwave. For guidelines about what to pack and what to leave behind visit What to Bring.

Want to see more?

To view panoramas of room types in each of the residential buildings open to first-year students, scroll down to access the individual community webpages.

What will my building be like?

Each of the twenty residential buildings on North Campus is a little different ... from ivy-covered Balch Hall to the more modern high rise apartment buildings.

Examples of communities for first-year students:

 Clara-Dickson  Akwekon
Dickson Hall


 Town-Houses  High-Rise-5
Townhouse Community

High Rise #5

 Risley  Ujamaa-new-facade
Risley Residential College

Ujamaa Residential College

Examples of building lounges / community spaces:

*All* communities open to first-year students

Visit any of the following webpages for descriptions of each community, and additional panoramas.  

Residence Halls for first-year students:

Program Houses - open to first-year & upperlevel students:

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