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Bryant students who live on campus rarely have to worry about missing an exam because they overslept. One of the best things about living on a fairly small, residential campus is that all of the residence halls and townhouses are within a five- to 10-minute walk to the Unistructure, where all classes are held. Campus housing is not luxurious, but it is comfortable and easy to live in. Because of this and a great sense of community, the large majority of Bryant students chooses to live on campus all four years.
Campus housing is mostly divided up by class. Freshmen live in one of the three freshman halls, which consist of doubles and quads (Halls 14 and 15) or suite-style (Hall 16) living. Each freshman residence hall has study rooms on each floor and a lobby area with couches and ping-pong tables. Sophomores and juniors live in six-person suites in Halls 1 through 13 or Hall 17. The suites in Halls 1 through 13 have three spacious doubles, a common room, and a bathroom. The showers are a little small, but you learn to get used to them. Hall 17 has a hotel-like atmosphere, as the rooms are very nice and spacious. The main floor of the building is equipped with a seating area, TV, vending machines, and Ronzio's Pizza. Every hall has at least one laundry room, which is typically located in the lobby or the basement. Seniors are given the best housing options. They get to live in two-floor townhouses with a furnished kitchen, two bathrooms, a common room, and several bedrooms.