The First Year Complex, consisting of East Hall, West Hall, and Hoyme Hall, is one building with three wings sharing a central foyer. The building is designed to create a living community with opportunities for academic achievement and social interaction of 350 first-year students. Each floor has a lounge for quiet visiting and studying, while two large basement lounges provide separate study and recreational spaces. View pictures of the dorm rooms
The Ravine Complex consists of six residences - Anderson, Bergh, Marken, Moi, Ronning, and Solheim Halls - clustered around a common lounge. This complex is designed for 224 students entering their second, third, and fourth years of university studies. Larger rooms with sink, semi-private washrooms, kitchenettes on each floor, and two lounges with fireplaces combine to enhance community development in each building. View pictures of the dorm rooms.
photo by Neil Hepburn
The Living Learning Community House consists of 5 bedrooms (3 single occupancy rooms + 2 single or double occupancy rooms). This house is set up for a group of 5-7 students entering their second year of academic study or higher who have applied and been selected to live here with a common learning objective. View pictures of the house and learn more.