There are four dorm buildings, named with the letters L, I, F, E. The beautiful mosaic letters on the dorms were made by artist Christine Kenneally. Each dorm is a series of rooms along an open-ended corridor with a centrally-located, single-sex, shared bathroom with two shower stalls, toilets, and sinks. One dorm is co-ed with two unisex bathrooms, one of which is accessible.
Dorm rooms have 2 twin beds, a shelf unit, a chair, a small rug, wall pegs, an overhead light, and a table with a small reading lamp. Linens are provided including sheets, towels, a blanket, and a pillow. Beds have warm fleece blankets and mattresses have 2" foam toppers for extra comfort. Small in-room electric heaters come in handy on chillier nights, and electric blankets are available. Select rooms have air conditioning.
When selecting a double dorm room, participants can request a roommate or we can assign one. Students who snore or use a CPAP machine while sleeping are asked to reserve a single room in order to limiit disruption to others.
When selecting a single dorm room, the room is exactly the same as a double, but occupied by only one person.
NEW! Single Plus Rooms
When selecting a single plus dorm room, the room is the same size as a standard dorm room with only one single bed. These rooms use the shared dorm bathrooms. Additional amenities include a comfy armchair, a small desk,some additional decor and air conditioning. There are five single plus rooms in the women's dorms and one in the co-ed room.
Single Deluxe Rooms
There are two single deluxe rooms in one dorm. These rooms are the same as a single plus with one bed, an armchair, a small desk, and air conditioning. The difference is an en suite bathroom that is shared between the two rooms. The video below shows the layout of the single deluxe rooms.