The hall consists of four separate wings: Farrisee, Thomas, Newell and Ormsby. Newell and Ormsby are used by The Clarkson School and Honors Office. Each wing houses 60 mostly upper-class students (20 per floor) with one RA per wing; rooms are set up as suites. These suites are two bedrooms with a shared private bathroom and can easily accommodate two students per bedroom (four per suite). Each room in Price Hall has laminate flooring and is furnished with beds, desks, dressers and closets. In addition, each floor has its own common lounge, and laundry service is located in the center "core."
Located near the Science Center, Woodstock Village comprises 10 apartment buildings, with 10 units per building. The apartments vary from two- to seven-bedroom apartments. Although most apartments have single rooms, there are several apartments with double rooms. Each unit includes beds, desks, built-in wardrobes, dressers, a refrigerator, a stove, and living and dining room furniture. Your are responsible for providing your own kitchenware, cookware and linens. These apartments have laminated floors, and communal laundry facilities are located in Buildings 1, 4 and 6. The Woodstock Village houses upper-class students and our International Village Living/Learning Community.
Located across from the entrance to B.H. Snell Hall, Riverside comprises 24 fully carpeted apartments, 12 two-bedroom and 12 three-bedroom, each with a kitchen, living room and bathroom. Students are responsible for providing their own kitchenware, cookware and linens as each apartment includes beds, desks, dressers, closets, a refrigerator, a stove and living and dining room furniture. This complex has communal laundry facilities. Each apartment houses four upper-class students.
Located near the Center for Advanced Material Processing (CAMP), Townhouse Apartments has 52 two-bedroom units that house four students per unit and feature a kitchen, living room and bathroom. You are responsible for providing your own kitchenware, cookware and linens. Each apartment includes furnishings of beds, desks, built-in wardrobes, chests, a refrigerator, a stove, and living and dining room furniture. This complex has communal laundry facilities and houses upper-class students.
*No apartment personalization (painting, lofts, waterbeds, structural changes, etc.) is permitted in any residence hall.