Even though the buildings on campus are aging, they are maintained on a regular basis. There are also a couple newer residence halls on campus; Bartlett Hall opened in 2003 and the Townhouse Suites opened in 2008. Overall, the residence halls are very clean and have lounges where students can go to hang out and relax in their spare time. The rooms are plain with white walls and floors, but this gives the new residents a chance to make their rooms their own. Any damage done to the walls, beds, or desks is carefully documented each year, but what little damage there is to the walls is usually just from moving furniture in and out of the rooms.
The Administration Building, where all the classes are held, is in the middle of all the residence halls, which makes getting to class a breeze—it is not a long walk for any of the residents.