On-Campus Housing

There are more than 330 beds in two residence halls.

Except in the Suites, bathrooms and showers are shared, as expected in a dormitory setting.  When groups of mixed gender use the residence hall, male and female bathrooms will be made separate.

Campus Housing Rates

Rates are per person (Updated January 2014)

Traditional Room:


Shared traditional communal bathrooms

Adult Single

$30 per night

Traditional Room:


Designed for 2 people; Shared traditional communal bathrooms

Adult Double

$22 per night

Single Room
Dorward - New Wing

Designed for one person and shares a bathroom with four other people

Student Single

$35 per night





For 2 people, each with an individual room with a shared single bathroom 


$40 per night


Individual rooms with two people per room with a shared single bathroom


$30 per night

Linen packet rental

Blanket, sheets, pillowcase, towel, face cloth for the week.


Linen change

For groups staying longer than seven days (or upon request).


Swipe card replacement



Lowering beds

Per floor



  • Residence hall accommodations are available to participants of external groups using the campus during the summer months.
  • Arrangements for overnight accommodations should be made through the Office of Community Services at the time the event is scheduled.

Pricing and Billing

  • Unless otherwise noted, all prices apply at per person rates.
  • A standard 5% administration fee will be applied to all housing charges.


  • Groups using residence halls must also contract for food service with Aramark.
  • Groups using residence halls must have a minimum of twelve guests.
  • Event coordinators are asked to supply a roster, two weeks in advance of the event, of all participants staying in residence halls, along with roommate requests / assignments.
  • At least one chaperone is required for every ten children housed in the residence halls.
  • Smoking is not allowed in any area of the residence halls, including individual rooms.
  • Alcohol is not allowed in the public areas of the residence halls.
  • Children are allowed to sleep on the floor in sleeping bags, although a Memorandum of Understanding must be completed before arrival. An additional fee of $5 is charged, or $8 if a mattress on the floor is requested. No more than two children are allowed to sleep on the floor in any room. (Copies of the required Memorandum of Understanding are available from the Office of Community Services.)


  • Rooms are furnished with twin-size beds, mattresses, bureaus, desks, and chairs.
  • Each residence hall has a small kitchenette, located in a common area, with a stove, sink, microwave oven, and refrigerator.
  • The University issues swipe cards, rather than keys, to guests staying in the residence halls. Guests who fail to return their swipe card when leaving campus will be charged a $20 replacement fee.
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