First-Year Students are housed in traditional residence halls located up-campus. Through these arrangements, students engage in the full college experience within a community living environment.
Each room includes a bed, desk and chair, dresser, and a closet or wardrobe. Each floor also includes a Resident Assistant to coach and guide student residents. All residence halls are co-educational by either floor or wing, and each hall has at least one lounge, laundry room and kitchen area.
Nestled on the east side of the quad, Hodge Hall offers a full range of amenities and options for students of all ages and backgrounds. This three-story tower features a game room that is fully equipped with ping-pong and pool, while also providing everything you need for movie night.
At Hodge, the first floor provides a gender inclusive environment with gender-neutral restrooms and co-educational dorm rooms. Along with that, the first floor also provides handicap-accessible amenities to students upon request.
This residence hall is named in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Hodge Jr., a past president of the Board of Trustees and friend of the college.
On the north side of the quad, you’ll find Sawhill Hall overlooking much of the campus’ architecture. With a newly-redesigned main lobby, kick back and relax in the enhanced lounge area, or take your homework to the next level in the designated study space.
This residence hall is named in honor of Dr. Donald V. Sawhill and in appreciation and honor of his wife.
Located directly next to the Howard Miller Student Center, Florence West Hall captures the sleek futuristic design of the mid-century modern era. Get a ping-pong tournament rolling in the lower lounge or hit the books in the cozy upper lounge. Oh, and don’t forget to watch the next game on the big screen.
This residence hall is named in honor of Florence M. West, a former Board of Trustees member and friend of the college.