Residence and Scholarship Halls
All residence and scholarship hall rooms and suites are furnished with a bed, mattress, desk and chair, dresser, and closet for each resident. The head and foot of the beds serve as a built-in ladder. Window blinds are provided.
All mattresses in residence and scholarship halls are extra long twin (36" x 80") except Sellards. Sellards has standard twin size mattresses (36" x 75").
All units in Stouffer Place are fully furnished, including a dishwasher, clothes washer, and clothes dryer.
2-bedroom apartments are furnished with a loveseat, accent chair, coffee table, end table, entertainment stand, and two bar stools.
4-bedroom apartments are furnished with a couch, two accent chairs, coffee table, two end tables, entertainment stand, and four bar stools.
Stouffer Place South: These apartments have private bedrooms and bathrooms. They have double beds which need full-size linens. These bedrooms also contain a dresser, desk, chair, and window blinds.
Stouffer Place North: In the freshman apartment community, four of six residents share bedrooms. Each two-person room includes a shared bath, shared closet, and shared bedroom with two lofted extra-long twin beds, two desks, two desk chairs, and two dressers. The remaining two residents have private bedrooms and bathrooms with a double bed, bath, closet, desk, desk chair, and dresser.
Most of the mattresses in Jayhawker Towers are extra-long twins (36” x 80”). The 2-person apartments in Towers A&D contain full-size beds (54” x 74”).
Bedroom furniture in Jayhawker Towers includes window blinds, closet, a bed, a desk and chair and dresser space for each resident. Living rooms in Jayhawker Towers are not furnished.
Mattresses in McCarthy Hall are queen-sized (60” x 80”). Bedroom furniture includes window blinds, closet, a bed, a desk, desk chair, and drawer space for each resident. Living rooms in McCarthy Hall are not furnished.
You can find specifics for bed configurations in every hall on the individual hall pages.
In general, all beds on campus are lofted or bunked. To request a modification to your bed configuration, submit a service request and Facilities Services would be happy to assist. If you are requesting an adjustment to your bed height, please use masking tape to mark the bed that needs adjusting at the height you want.
- Bunked bed: Two single beds placed one above the other. Typically halls with bunked beds do not have enough space in the room to separate them.
- Lofted bed: A bed raised, as on supports, high enough overhead to allow the use of the floor area below for various purposes, as for part of a living room.
- Hashinger Hall beds can only be lofted.
- Lewis Hall and Templin Hall beds can be bunked or un-bunked, but not lofted.
- Most Stouffer Place and McCarthy beds are not bunked or lofted. The exception is that beds are lofted in two of the bedrooms within each of the 6-person apartments in Stouffer Place.
- Scholarship hall beds, except Miller and Watkins, can be bunked or un-bunked, but not lofted.