4: Tuition, Fees, Housing, and Dining

Tuition and Fees | University Housing | Dining Services and Facilities

Accommodations for Single Students | Family Housing Accommodations | Residential College System
Foreign Language Houses | Privately Owned Accommodations | Housing Regulations

Accommodations for Single Students

McCormick Road Houses   Each of the ten residence houses on McCormick Road provides accommodations for approximately 140 first-year students in double rooms and has its own lounge and recreation rooms. Resident staff live in each of the houses. A mailroom, snack bar, laundry, and outdoor recreation facilities are nearby. Each room is wired for voice, data, and cable television.

Alderman Road Houses   Each of the twelve residence houses on Alderman and Observatory Roads accommodates approximately 120 first-year students in twelve suites; each suite consists of a central lounge, a bath, and five double rooms. A mailroom, dining hall, snack bar, and recreation facilities are nearby. Each student bedroom is wired for voice, data, and cable television.

Dillard and Gooch Houses (Stadium Road)   The nine structures comprising this complex house approximately 650 undergraduate and graduate residents in suite arrangements. Student bedrooms are almost exclusively single rooms. Each suite consists of a central living room, microfridge, shared bath area and, in most cases, six single bedrooms. A laundry and postal box room, and two large lounges with kitchens are provided in the complex. Each bedroom is wired for voice, data, and cable television.

Lambeth Field Apartments   Located north of Central Grounds, this complex contains 102 two-bedroom apartments and 72 three-bedroom apartments. Each two-bedroom apartment accommodates four students, with double occupancy in each bedroom. Each three-bedroom apartment accommodates six students, with double occupancy in each bedroom. Each apartment is furnished. A convenience store is operated by the University within the apartment complex. A laundry room and postal boxes are available. Each bedroom is wired for voice and data connection, and each common room is wired for cable television.

Copeley III & IV   Located on the North Grounds, these complexes contain 74 two-bedroom apartments. Each apartment accommodates four students, with double occupancy in each bedroom. Each apartment is furnished with a sofa, chairs, a dining table and chairs, refrigerator, stove, single beds, wardrobes (each with a built-in chest), desks, and chairs. Laundry rooms and postal boxes are also available. Each bedroom is wired for voice and data connection, and each common room is wired for cable television.

The Lawn   Rooms on East and West Lawn are part of the original Jeffersonian Academical Village. Undergraduate degree applicants in their final year are eligible to apply for these accommodations. A student selection committee determines who lives on the Lawn based on each student's scholastic and extracurricular standing. All rooms are single. Each student bedroom is wired for voice, data, and cable television.

Mary Munford and Roberta Gwathmey Houses   These residence houses contain 81 double rooms and 58 single rooms. These two facilities house upperclass undergraduates and first-year students. There are kitchens and lounges on each floor in these houses. Laundry facilities are located in each building. A computer room is located in Mary Munford. Each student bedroom is wired for voice, data, and cable television.

Hoxton (Mosaic House) and Lewis Houses (Sprigg Lane)   Located adjacent to the Mary Munford and Roberta Gwathmey Houses, these houses accommodate 100 students in a variety of settings. Suites, double rooms, and single rooms are available. Lounge facilities, kitchenettes, laundry rooms, and postal boxes are provided. Hoxton/Lewis residents have access to the computer room at Mary Munford. Each student bedroom is wired for voice, data, and cable television. Hoxton is home to the Mosaic House, a cross-cultural, living and learning experience. Interested students complete an application and are selected by a student committee for residence.

583 Brandon Avenue Apartments (Bice House)   This complex consists of 39 furnished two-bedroom apartments and 24 furnished three-bedroom apartments. Each two-bedroom apartment accommodates four students and each three-bedroom apartment accommodates six students, providing space for a total of 300 students. Each bedroom is wired for voice and data connection, and each living room is wired for cable television.

Hench, Younger, and Mitchell Houses (Faulkner)   This complex houses approximately 150 students. The majority of accommodations are four-person furnished apartments comprised of a living room, a kitchen, four single bedrooms (one large and three regular), and a bath area. Laundry facilities, postal boxes, and a computer lab are also available. Each student bedroom is wired for voice and data connection, and each living room is wired for cable television.


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