- Generally houses two residents.
- Shared bathroom for the entire floor and is cleaned daily.
- Rooms are furnished with two beds, dressers, desks, and closets. Rooms are generally
180 square feet in size.
- Each floor has a public lounge for students to socialize and relax in.
- No air conditioning in bedrooms except on the fourth floor of Roosevelt Community
- General room layout can be found here.
- Houses between four to six residents.
- Shared bathroom for the suite and cleaned weekly.
- Each suite has a private living room area that contains two sofas and a table.
- Double occupancy rooms are furnished with two beds, dressers, desks, and closets.
Rooms are generally 130-165 square feet in size.
- Single Occupancy rooms in Chávez and Tubman are furnished with one bed, dresser, desk,
and closet. Rooms are generally 110 square feet in size.
- To accommodate the suite bathroom and private living area bedrooms are smaller in
- Air conditioning in Roth Community and Living Learning Community suites.
- Hand Hall and three-bedroom units in Gershwin Hall have cooking units instead of a
living room and do not require continuing students to have a meal plan.
- General suite layout can be found here.
For information about housing rates, please visit the Rates and Fees Page. If you need to contact your area office or building staff, see our contact information. If you choose to live with us beyond your first year, see our expanded housing options
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- Features single and double rooms in an apartment-style setting.
- Offer all year-round housing.
- Shared bathroom for the apartment and cleaned weekly.
- Each apartment has a private living room & kitchen area.
- Typically houses graduate and undergraduate upperclassmen students (U3+ Standing).
- Limited family housing options in Chapin and Schomburg apartments
- Air conditioning:
- West Apartments are fully air-conditioned.
- Schomburg Apartments most bedrooms are air-conditioned.
- Chapin Apartments some bedrooms are air-conditioned.
Additional Housing Options:
Gender Inclusive Housing (GIH) is a housing option in which two or more students share
a bedroom, suite and/or apartment regardless of the students' sex, gender identity
or gender expression. In other words, this option allows for students of any gender
identity to live together regardless of sex assigned at birth.
Gender Inclusive Housing is not recommended or intended for: living with significant
others, only specific people, and/or to get to a specific location within housing.
Choosing to live in GIH is an agreement for the whole year, and you will not be permitted
to room change to a non-GIH space after being approved. Similarly, if you do not choose
to live in GIH for the upcoming year, you will only be able to choose rooms based
on the gender identity listed on your student record. Appeals to leave or join GIH
mid-year can be made in the housing portal. If you are interested, you will need to
review and agree to all items below in your housing application before being approved
for Gender Inclusive Housing.
- I understand choosing to live in Gender Inclusive Housing means I will have roommates
and/or suitemates of any gender identities.
- I understand that the only options I will have access to are gender inclusive spaces,
and that I am committed to living in GIH for the academic year.
- I understand that only people who have been approved for the Gender Inclusive Housing
environment will be allowed to move into my space.
- I understand that if I live in GIH with the plan to live with a specific person, and
that person leaves the space, that the room will be filled by only individuals who
are GIH approved.
- I affirm and feel comfortable living with LGBTQ* people, specifically trans and non-binary
- I understand my role in creating and affirming a bias free environment for everyone
living in this community.
For more information, please contact:
Campus Residences at (631) 632-6750 or at email@example.com.
LGBTQ* Services at (631) 632-2941 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
For couples with no children, couples with one child 5 years or younger, or a single
parent with one child who has an interest in our family housing options, please review
our family housing page for offerings and eligibility requirements. Family housing is limited on a space-available