The college townhouses provide apartment-style living for juniors and seniors. They are the newest addition to campus living, completed in the summer of 2004, and the only building with the option of living with coed roommates. While offering a different social environment than most residence halls, the college apartments are managed under the same policies and regulations that govern campus housing. The townhouses are managed by a Residence Life professional staff member and a student building manager.


You may live in the townhouses if you have senior or junior credit standing. There is a requirement for anyone who signs a townhouse agreement to live in the apartment at least one semester.


  • All apartments are fully furnished and equipped with a kitchen, which means that participation in a college meal plan is optional.
  • The college townhouses have a variety of layout options, including two-bedroom apartments, three-bedroom apartments, and four-bedroom two-level townhouses with each student having a private bedroom.
Two Bedroom


Three Bedroom

Four Bedroom – First Floor
Four Bedroom – Second Floor

Other Features:

  • Laundry facilities: Each apartment is furnished with a washer and dryer. Students furnish their own irons and ironing boards.

  • Cleaning equipment: A vacuum cleaner, mop, broom, dustpan, and various cleaning supplies are provided in each apartment. Additional cleaning supplies are available at the East Complex desk to the west of the townhouses. 

  • Storage room: The townhouses have no additional storage; however, each apartment has a storage closet/pantry for each resident. In addition, arrangements may be made to store items in other halls if necessary. Contact your building manager for more information. You may not store empty boxes or other bulky or hazardous material. The college does not assume liability for items stored in storage rooms. Also, items that are unmarked, or unclaimed for two years, will be donated to local charities or otherwise disposed of.

  • Other amenities: Private bedrooms, dishwasher, air conditioning, high-speed internet, living rooms wired for speaker systems and furnished with an entertainment center, private entrance to each unit, toilet paper, and all utilities are included.

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