Stevenson Residential Spaces

There are eight separate residence hall buildings (called "houses") built on two locations at Stevenson College. At each site, four houses face each other across a large central plaza, they are known as "upper quad" and "lower quad." Though there is no general advantage in living in one quad over the other, the quads maintain a friendly rivalry through several events over the course of the year.  Residents live in single, triple, large triple rooms, or quad lounges. Singles are generally assigned to continuing students. Most freshmen live in triple rooms, as large triple and quad room spaces are limited. As a new student, plan on living with two or three other roommates. We will do our best to match you up with compatible roommates on a themed hall that you prefer.

The Basic Floor Plan For All Residential Houses

The floor plans of Stevenson residences are virtually identical in all houses. Wheelchair accessible student rooms and bathrooms are located in the upper quad. All floors have smoke detectors and sprinklers. Card operated washers and dryers, and water fountains are in all houses. 

Individual rooms are furnished with beds, extra long mattresses, desks, chairs, mounted bookshelves, large wardrobes, trash can, drapes and carpeting. Beds are of oak construction.

Residential Halls - A Space to Share 

Each floor has a large central bathroom facility, with private bathroom stalls, sinks, showers, washer and dryer. Most bathrooms are designated "mixed-gender" but are modified for individual privacy. Single-gender Halls are also available.

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Stevenson Apartments

The Stevenson Apartments are available to returning students. Most apartments are shared by 6-7 students, with common living rooms, kitchens, dining areas, and bathrooms. Room set ups are typically a quad room or a large triple room accompanied by 3 single rooms.