Nearly 90 percent of students live on campus in traditional residence halls, suite-style housing, apartments or in living learning communities.
Housing Rates: Current information regarding housing rates for the year can be found in Financial Aid.
The Apartments are home for most junior and senior upperclassmen. Each contains a kitchen and bathroom and is air-conditioned.
- Type of apartments: 2-, 3- and 5-person apartments.
Bicentennial Hall is home for upperclassman students. Most suites are equipped with a living room and a bathroom. The 2nd floor of Bicentennial is home to an upperclassmen Honors living-learning community and an upperclassmen Women in Science (WIS) living-learning community.
- Majority of suites house 4 students along with a bathroom and living room.
Pangborn Hall is home to 146 students. Males and females live on alternating floors along with the RA staff ranging from sophomores to seniors.
- Type of bedrooms: 2-, 3- and 4-person rooms, and 4-person suites
Sheridan is home to mainly freshman and sophomore students, along with the RA staff ranging from sophomores to seniors.
- Type of bedrooms: 2-, 3-, 4- and 6-person rooms
The Terrace Complex
Almost every student at the Mount lives in the Terrace at one point or another. It houses freshman, sophomore, junior and senior students. It is one building complex comprising the following halls:
- Brute: Type of bedrooms: 2-, 3- and 4-person rooms. This building is equipped with an elevator;
- McCaffrey: Type of bedrooms: 2-, 3- and 4-person rooms and 8-person suites;
- DuBois: Type of bedrooms: 2-, 3- and 4-person rooms and 5-person suites;
- Bradley:Type of bedrooms: singles and 2-person rooms;
- Annex: Type of rooms: 3-, 4- and 5-person suites.
- The Faith Development Community (FDC) is a living-learning community to offer greater opportunity for students of faith to develop their beliefs and understandings by providing a supportive and respectful living environment. Students of diverse religious background are encouraged to seek out the FDC.
- The Honors Living-Learning Community offers the opportunity for members of the Honors program to continue their collaborative learning experiences in a relaxed residential setting. This housing option is located in Sheridan Hall for freshmen students and in Bicentennial Hall for upperclassmen students. There is an lounge called the Honors Commons, a lounge dedicated to the interests of our Honors students.
- The Leadership Community is dedicated to developing further leadership skills within a floor of current campus leaders. This community is housed on the Brute Lounge Floor for male students and the McCaffrey suite on the 2nd Floor with a quiet, studious environment.
- Summit Living is primarily a holistic wellness community in which all aspects of one’s mental, physical, and spiritual health are managed. Summit Living is also a drug and alcohol free community, and is composed of a supportive group of like-minded individuals with a drive to succeed.
- Women in Science (WIS) Living-Learning Community is open to females of any year who are majoring, or have a strong interest in, science and technology fields. This housing option is located in Sheridan Hall for freshmen students and in Bicentennial Hall for upperclassmen students.