Comparison Chart

Resident Halls Bankston Horsfall Maxwell Royer University Apartments
Furnished x x x x x
Cable x x x x x
Wi-Fi x x x x x
Free Laundry x x x x x
Inside Hallways x x x
Outside Hallways x x
Private Rooms x x
Suite-Style Bathrooms x x
Private Bathrooms x
Community Bathrooms x x x
Allowed to Cook x

Bankston Hall

Description of Bankston Hall

New renovated, Bankston Hall is a three-story suite-style residence hall housing both male and female students.  Amenities include an open lobby, game room, study rooms, spacious TV lounge, and a laundry facility on each floor.  Each suite consists of two double-occupancy rooms divided by a private bathroom.  All rooms are furnished with new loft furniture; including loft beds, study tables with steel stack chairs, three-drawer chests, one drawer night stands with locking door, and free-standing wardrobes.  No private rooms are available.  All rooms are double-occupancy.

Amenities

Basic Cable
Residence Parking
Private Bathrooms
Free Wi-Fi
Study Lounge
TV/Game Lounge
Co-ed Suite Style
Inside Hallways
Vending Machine: 1st floor
Free Laundry Facility
Hardwire Internet

Bankston Hall Layout

Horsfall Hall

Description of Horsfall Hall

Horsfall Hall is a three-story all-female residence hall that houses approximately 110 female students.  Horsfall is unique; no two rooms are exactly the same. Both double occupancy and private rooms are available.  All rooms have a sink, large window, and are furnished with loft furniture (one per resident); including loft beds, desk with steel stack chairs, three drawer dresser, night stand with locking door, and built in closets. Amenities include an open lobby, a free laundry facility, vending machines, and recently renovated community bathrooms and private bathrooms.

Amenities

Basic Cable
Residence Parking
Private Bathrooms
Free Wi-Fi
Open lobby
Free Laundry Facility
Inside Hallways
Vending Machines
Hardwire Internet

Horsfall Halls layout

 Maxwell Hall

Description of Maxwell Hall

Maxwell Hall is a two-story suite style residence hall that houses approximately 130 male and female students.  Amenities include a study lounge, spacious TV lounge, a free laundry facility on the 1st floor, and a drink vending machine.  Each suite consists of two double-occupancy rooms divided by a private bathroom.  All rooms are furnished with loft furniture; including loft beds, desks with steel stack chairs, three drawer dressers, one night stand with locking door, a free-standing wardrobe, and a built in closet.  No private rooms are available.  All rooms are double occupancy.

Amenities

Basic Cable
Residence Parking
Private Bathrooms
Free Wi-Fi
Study Lounge
TV/Game Lounge
Co-ed Suite Style
Outside Hallways
Vending Machine: 1st floor
Free Laundry Facility
Hardwire Internet

Maxwell Hall Layout

Royer Hall

Royer Hall Layout

University Apartments

Description of Apartments

Located conveniently on campus is the University Apartment Complex. The University Apartments are designed as a comfortable transition between living in the residence halls and independent living after graduation. Each apartment is completely furnished and includes a kitchen area complete with appliances, living room, two bedrooms, and bathroom shared between the two residents per apartment. The University Apartments are a great choice if you are seeking an autonomous lifestyle. Built in 1999, the two-bedroom apartments accommodate a total of forty-eight apartments. The University Apartments are located near the University Center, and within a short walking distance to all major classroom buildings. The Apartments combine the convenience of being on campus with an independent and relaxed atmosphere.

Eligibility

If you’re a full-time student, you may apply to live in the University Apartments. Offers are made on a first-come-first-serve basis.

The University Apartments requires year-round rental payment.  You must pay rent over the summer to reserve your apartment for the Fall and Spring.   A student choosing not to pay rent for both the Summer I and Summer II terms must vacate his/her assigned apartment, forfeits the right to retain a University Apartment for the upcoming fall semester, and must reapply for apartment for the upcoming fall.

Meal Plan

Residents of the apartments are required to purchase a meal plan. In addition to the standard meal plan options, the University offers apartment residents a special option. Residents may choose to purchase 45 meals for the semester along with $175 Declining Credit Balance (DCB). These 45 meals offer flexibility allowing residents to use the meals at any time throughout the semester. The DCB account will be accepted not only in the dining hall, but also in Java City, the Deli and concession stands at most sporting events.

Furnishings

The University Apartments are completely furnished. Each kitchen includes a refrigerator, oven and range, sink and built-in cabinets. Each bedroom is furnished with a bed, nightstand, three-drawer chest, desk, desk chair and closet with shelves. The living room includes a sectional style couch, tv stand, and coffee table/end table. Each apartment has internet access (hardwire and wifi), basic cable television and air conditioning. Two washers and dryers are located on the ground floor in each of the two apartment buildings.

Visitation Policy

University Apartment residents have a 24 hour-visitation policy. The policy requires apartment residents to inform the Resident Director or the Resident Assistant if they plan to have a guest for longer than 48-hours. The resident must have written consent from his/her roommate to have guests overnight before permission will be granted. Guests are subject to the rules and regulations of the University during their stay. Residents are responsible for the conduct of their guest.

Break Periods

Residents are allowed to reside in their apartments during spring break, holiday breaks and during the summer as long as their lease is valid.

University Apartments Layout