Traditional Halls

Most first year students reside in our traditional residence halls​. Traditional residence halls feature a mix of single, double and triple rooms with common area bathrooms and kitchens. Floors in all halls are tiled.

North and South Bergstrom Hall

North and South Bergstrom Halls feature single, double and triple occupancy rooms for male and female residents. In addition, the building houses four academic classrooms; two of which contain state-of-the-art technology. The two buildings are connected. 
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Photo of Bergstrom Hall dorm room

Photo of Bergstrom Hall classroom

Kilgour Hall

The traditional co-ed residence Kilgour Hall offers single, double and triple rooms, one full-size kitchen, study lounges on each floor, common area bathrooms and an elevator. The facility also houses the Student Involvement Center—home to the Diversity Lounge, Chaplain's Office, Greek Life, Director of Cultural Diversity and Director of Pre-College Programs.
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Photo of Kilgour Hall dorm room

Steele and Swarthout Halls

Steele Hall and Swarthout Hall features double and triple rooms with moveable furniture on gender-specific floors, with common-area bathrooms, study lounges, a kitchen and game room. The two buildings are joined.
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Photo of students studying in dorm room

Photo of exterior of Steele Hall

Charles House

This traditional style residence hall is co-ed and each living unit is gender specific. Charles House offers single and double rooms with moveable furniture. This building offers common area bathrooms, study lounges, a kitchen and laundry. Student rooms have carpeted flooring.

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