Traditional Hall-Style Buildings
In a traditional hall-style building, the room opens up to a hallway that leads to the rest of the floor with community bathroom(s) shared by all of the residents of the floor. In most cases, halls are co-ed but divided into sections by gender. Housekeeping staff cleans the hallways, stairwells and community bathrooms daily. Since each room opens to a long hallway, these spaces are slightly less private than suite-style buildings. Buildings include Alexander, Bagwell, Becton, Berry, Gold, Owen, Syme, Tucker, Turlington, and Welch.
In suite-style buildings, there are also typically two students per room that share a common bathroom area only used by the suite-mates and their visitors. Suites are gender-specific and can house between 8 and 12 students. Housekeeping staff cleans the bathroom on a daily basis. Suites offer a more private, intimate atmosphere than hall-style buildings. Buildings include Bowen, Bragaw, Carroll, Lee, Metcalf, Sullivan, and Wood.
Four single bedrooms that share two bathrooms, a furnished living room area, and a full kitchen. These rooms include Full XL beds that are considered single room during the conference season. There is no double option in the apartments. Communities include Wolf Ridge Apartments and Wolf Village Apartments.