Living on Campus

So you made the decision to live on campus? Good call! You needn’t worry about utilities, internet, meals, security, parking, and more. You’ll make friends for life. And while off-campus dwellers hunt for parking, you’ll wake up steps away from a hot breakfast and your next classroom or lab.

Here's what you need to know about your room and suggestions on what to bring to make our residence halls your home away from home.

Room Dimensions

  Approximate Size Window Size Room Height
Burford Hall 9’ x 14’ 43”W x 55”H 9’
Holt Hall 14’ x 13’ 38.5”W x 57”H 8’9.5”
Howard-Payne Hall 11’ x 14’6” 48”W x 77”H 9’5”
  14’6” x 15’ 48”W x 77”H 9’5”
Woodward 15’ x 9’ 44”W x 55.5”H 8’9.5”
McMurry 14’7” x 10’ 57”W x 60”H 8’5”
  14’5” x 20’ (Small Window) 8’5”

Items Provided

Each of the five campus residence halls offers a unique living environment, and staffed with a Residence Hall Director (RHD) and a team of upper-class student Resident Assistants (RA’s) to ensure that the residence halls provide a safe and comfortable living environment.

Furniture Provided per double room: 2 Dressers, 2 Beds, 2 Mattresses, 2 Desks, 2 Chairs, Closet Space

Appliances/Services Provided: 2 Ethernet Cable hook-ups and WiFi Access throughout building

Wall hangings of any type are not to be put up with nails.