Most first-year students will begin their residential life at Landmark College in a double-occupancy bedroom in one of our main residence halls (Robert Frost Hall, Middle Hall, Edward Durell Stone Hall or Davis Hall).
In these residence halls, 55-75 students live on two floors, and each floor is separated into two wings. These halls are co-ed by wing, and each hall currently has one wing of women and three wings of men. Each residence hall has a central common room where students can go to study, relax with their friends, watch television or attend one of the many programs sponsored by the Residential Life staff.
An example of a standard-double room in Davis, Hall Four, Middle and Frost Halls.
Student rooms are equipped with a bed, extra-long mattress, desk, chair, chest of drawers and closet or wardrobe.
All residence halls (with the exception of the Bridges) have common lounges in the building.
Each hall has centrally-located staff offices where students can go with questions or if they need help.
The dining hall is located on the lower level of Middle Hall
Off of the suites, each Chumley building has a kitchen (upstairs) and a lounge (downstairs).
An example of a single room in Chumley Hall
An example of a double room in Chumley Hall
Upperclass students have the opportunity to live in one of our 16 Bridges Suites (housing 4 students per suite).
An example of the kitchenette/common area in one of the Bridges Suites.
An example of a single room in the Bridges.
An example of a double room in the Bridges.
Renovated in 2009, Aiken Hall was converted to suite-style living and a third floor was added.
An example of a double room in Aiken Hall.
An example of a bathroom in a double-room suite. Two double rooms are connected by a common room and bathroom.