All of the on-campus housing was built after 2004, so the buildings are all still very modern and well kept. There are three types of housing on campus: four-person suites, six-person suites, and apartments. The suites are sometimes called the freshmen dorms (although anyone can live there) and are not as nice, or expensive, as the apartments because students share bedrooms. In the apartments, students have their own bedrooms and share a bathroom with just one other person. The apartments also have full kitchens and living rooms that are shared by four students.
There are pros and cons to each housing choice. The apartments are more luxurious and offer more privacy, while the suites have more life and action. The six-person suites are located at the bottom of the hill, so they are separated in some ways from the rest of housing. However, the six-person suites have much more space than the four-person suites and are brand new as of 2009. Upperclassmen get priority housing always; most juniors and seniors live in the apartments. The six-person suites are going to have specialty housing options available as well, including substance-free housing and honors program housing. All of the furniture is included in the housing, as well as the cost of laundry.