Built in 1955 and renovated in 2005, Emily Hall is a residence hall for returning and transfer students. This building houses 220 residents in shared-occupancy rooms, with suite-style bathrooms shared between every two rooms. Residents of Emily Hall may request gender-neutral living arrangements. Common areas include study rooms, lounges, laundry facilities and a kitchen. Emily Hall has a resident assistant (R.A.) on every floor that helps students by providing opportunities to develop deep and meaningful relationships not just with their roommates, but with members of the entire building.
- Central heat and air
- Basic cable television
- Wired and wireless Internet access
- On-site parking
- Card Access
Fully Furnished Bedrooms
- Desk and desk chair
- Twin extra long bed
- Dresser or built-in closet
- Cabinet storage
- Wireless Internet access
The Wellness Themed Housing Community is for students who want to lead healthy lifestyles. Students in the Wellness Community learn about health and wellness from a holistic standpoint that emphasizes physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and academic well-being. Partners from the Department of Wellness and Recreation and related academic programs work with the residents to promote these lifestyles in their lives and around campus.
- Open to any students who have an interest in leading healthy lifestyles.
This option allows for persons of any gender to share common spaces within apartment-style housing allowing for growth and personal reflection without the stereotypical gender boundaries of traditional on-campus housing options. This offering provides less-gendered environments similar to ones you would find in off-campus apartments or personal homes.