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Wesley Hall is the largest residence hall on campus, housing up to 460 students. This is a traditional-style residence hall with double-occupancy rooms and community bathrooms.
Mitchell is a suite-style residence hall, meaning two double-occupancy rooms are connected by a bathroom. Mitchell Towers has four floors per tower, and there are two towers within the entire complex.
Seaton Hall houses up to 224 students. This is a traditional-style residence hall with community bathrooms. Seaton is connected by a breezeway to Baldwin Hall.
Ingham Hall is a small residence hall for women who are of junior and senior level. Ingham holds 13 women in 5 double-occupancy rooms and 3 designated single-occupancy rooms.
Whitehouse Hall is located on the corner of Hannah and Porter Streets. This is a suite-style residence hall, has four floors, housing up to 207 sophomore through senior-level students.
507 Erie Street Apartment
The 507 Erie Street Apartment is considered a privileged housing option for senior-status women. This apartment houses seven students in five-single occupancy rooms and one double-occupancy room.
The Mae Harrison Karro Student Residential Village, commonly called "The Mae," is considered a privileged housing option for senior-level men and women. The Mae is in an ideal, centralized location for its residents, on Mingo Street between Porter and Erie Streets.
Burns St. Apartments
Burns Street Apartments are College-owned apartments for junior and senior level students. Located at the corner of Clark and Burns streets, these apartments house 46 students (gender-specific) with two people to an apartment. There are a total of 15 standard apartments (one-bedroom, one-bathroom) and eight efficiency (studio) apartments.
Briton House Apartments
Briton House Apartments are College-owned apartments for senior-year men and women. It is located at the corner of Erie and Huron streets. Briton holds 24 students in two-bedroom, one-bath apartments. There are a total of six apartments holding four students (gender-specific) per apartment.
416 Erie Street Apartments
The 416 Erie Street Apartment building is considered a privileged housing option for senior-status women. The building consists of two apartments, housing a total of 14 students. The apartment on the first floor houses 6 women in 3 double-occupancy rooms. The apartment on the second floor houses 8 women in 4 double-occupancy rooms.
The Munger House building is considered a privileged housing option for senior-status women. The building consists of one apartment, housing a total of 8 students in 4 double-occupancy rooms.
Special Interest Housing
Munger Place Apartments (LLC)
Munger Place Apartments houses our Living-Learning Communities for students of sophomore through senior-level classification. Groups of 4-10 students submit a proposal for an LLC experience. The selection period occurs prior to the Room Selection Process.
Fiske House is a small Residence Hall that is part of the Modern Languages and Cultures' International Language Living and Learning area—I-Space. This living area is designated for students studying the French, German, or Spanish language.
Dean Hall is a special-interest housing option unit with the designation of the women's cooperative made on an annual basis. This cooperative is for sophomore through senior-status women.