Residents may request to live in one of several communities on campus. Freshmen who live on campus are required to live in one of four residence halls: Chesapeake Hall, Patapsco Hall, Potomac Hall or Susquehanna Hall. Upper-class students may additionally apply to live in a suite-style area (Erickson Hall or Harbor Hall), or in one of our apartment communities. All of our facilities are complete with:
- Individually controlled heating and air conditioning
- Semi-private bathrooms shared by no more than five people
- Wireless access (individual rooms in residence halls and in common rooms for apartments)
All of our residence halls are similar and consist of suites of two rooms joined by a connecting bathroom. Rooms are furnished with one bed, wardrobe or closet, desk, and chair for each person assigned to the room. All rooms and hallways in these buildings are carpeted. Most rooms are doubles, with a limited number of singles and triples also available in the building. A cable television hook-up is available in each residence hall room. High-speed wireless and wired data connectivity is available for each student in a single, double or triple room.
Students who need housing during semester breaks can choose Potomac Hall, which is designated as continuous occupancy. Several other Special Lifestyle Options and Living Learning Communities are tailored to meet student’s interests and needs.