First Year Residence Halls
Binford Hall, (average room size: 17ft.4in. x 11ft. 9in.), is a co-ed residence hall completed in 1962, contains rooms for approximately 155 first year students. The hall has central air-conditioning and heating, carpeted rooms, and central laundry facilities located in the basement. The building is designed in a T-shape and has bathroom facilities, lounges and kitchens in the center of each floor. The room furnishings in are all built-in and the furnishings include a desk, bed, closet and dresser with generous storage space above the closet. Roommates share one TV cable connection. All residence halls have wireless internet connectivity.
Binford Hall Interior Room
Binford Hall Floor Plan (click on the floor plan for an enlarged image)
Milner Hall, (average room size: 11 ft. 1 in. x 18 ft. 5 in.), completed in 1962, is the largest co-ed residence hall with approximately 250 first year students. The rooms are air-conditioned and carpeted. Most bedrooms have a lofted bed set up, but can be unlofted. There are rooms on either side of a corridor with central bathroom, kitchen, lounge and laundry facilities.
The first floor of Milner can be substance-free, depending upon requests, and students that desire a substance-free environment are required to sign the “Substance Free Living Agreement.” Students must specifically request this floor. The substance-free/healthy living floor is single-sex by wing with males on one side and females on the other with the main lobby separating them.