In addition to direct access to professional and paraprofessional staff, amenities afforded all residential students include the following:
Furniture: a bed, dresser, desk, and desk chair
In-room Ethernet and wireless internet access/phone access
Access to free laundry facilities
In the traditional residence halls (Kistler, Thomas, Dilworth, and Heinz) residents utilize community bathrooms, shared by the members of the floor. The housekeeping staff cleans, maintains, and stocks these facilities daily.
In Knight Hall, there is one bathroom in each suite. You are expected to clean and maintain the bathrooms. Housekeeping staff stocks the bathrooms with paper products.
In apartment-style housing, units have one or two bathrooms, depending on the occupancy and size of the unit. You are expected to clean, maintain, and stock these bathrooms.
Kitchens and Cooking
Common-area microwaves are available throughout the traditional residence halls.
Knight Hall has one kitchen per floor, located in the lounge. You must provide your own cooking supplies.
Apartments feature a full-sized kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, and oven. Most provide dishwashers. You must provide your own cooking supplies and microwave oven (if desired).
Knight Hall Suites feature additional loveseats, sofas, and coffee tables in the common area.
Apartments feature a dining room table, four dining chairs, and a seating area with a sofa, loveseat, end table, and coffee table in the living room.
Residence & Commuter Life
University Commons 202
Student Affairs Suite