Residence houses located on the South 40 are either modern or traditional buildings.

Modern buildings: These facilities consist primarily of double rooms, with some triple and single rooms. Most room layouts consist of two double rooms adjoined by a restroom.

Traditional buildings:
These facilities have single, double, and triple room options on each floor, and each floor community shares common restrooms. Some traditional halls are configured in a suite style with double and single rooms and a shared restroom.

All rooms include the following for reach resident: Bed and mattress (extra long twin, 36″x 80″); Desk and chair; Dresser and closet space; Central air conditioning; Small recycling bin

Rooms may also have:

  • Mini-blinds
  • Adjustable height beds (allowing for more storage space)
  • Carpeting

Hitzeman Hall, Hurd Hall and Myers Residential CollegeHitzeman, Hurd & Myers Residential College

  • Traditional Style
  • Six-person suites

Lee Hall and Beaumont Residential College
Lee & Beaumont Residential College

  • Traditional Style
  • Two-person rooms

Liggett House and Koenig Residential College
Liggett & Koenig Residential College

  • Modern Style
  • Four-person suites

 

Park and Mudd Residential College
Park & Mudd Residential College

  • Modern Style
  • Four-six-person suites


Robert S. Brookings Residential College

  • Modern Style
  • Two-four-person suites


Shanedling, Dauten, & Rutledge Residential College

  • Traditional Style
  • Six-person suites

 


Thomas H. Eliot
Residential College

  • Modern Style
  • Two-four-person suites

Umrath House and South Forty Residential College
Umrath & South 40 Residential College

  • Modern Style
  • Two-three-bedroom units
  • Two-three-person suites


Wayman Crow Residential College

  • Modern Style
  • Two-four-person suites

 


William Greenleaf Eliot Residential College

  • Modern Style
  • Two-four-person suites