King Hall, MacLean Hall, and Smith Hall (the three main dorms) are each pretty much the same. There are three floors, a bathroom on two sides of each floor, a laundry room on the bottom floor, and a recreation room/study area on the bottom/first floor. King and Smith dorms consist of doubles, unless a student wants a converted single room which costs extra. The majority of MacLean’s rooms is suite-style doubles, and MacLean has the most problems with water pressure, bugs, light maintenance, mold, water leakage, and a variety of other issues.
Bagwell-Jones, Mabee, and Cary-Wortz are the apartment-style residences on campus. These buildings have their own assortment of household issues, but they are less severe than the dorms. Though the problems may be many, the dorms and apartments are still livable and spacious. Maintenance is not punctual about maintaining the living facilities at all, and they usually wait until the last minute or when they have received more than 10 requests to fix the issue. The dorms and apartments are very convenient in terms of travel, and it does not take long to get to class. For students living on campus, the social environment is a great place to meet and make friends. In terms of the latest construction projects, Trustee Hall is another apartment-style residence on campus, with construction completed in 2011.