Students in dormitories on campus experience an additional element of student life through dorm programming and communal living. Our four residence halls -- girls in East and Rowland, boys in Rush and Heiney -- perfectly prepare students for the realities of college life. Living with a roomate, sharing in community decisions, and managing day-to-day social interactions are all part of living in one of our dorms.
Each dormitory is equipped with the essential creature comforts: a student lounge, kitchenette, washers and dryers, a flat-screen television, and internet access. It is the students who play the biggest role in creating residence hall culture, so it's essential to engage in dorm activities from the start. Student leaders, called prefects, live on dorm and are available to help new students navigate the transition and assist dorm parents in maintaining a safe, healthy, and fun dorm environment. Additionally, all dormitories include faculty residences for full-time dorm parents.