If you live on campus, your residence hall is home base. It’s where you keep your things and where you go to sleep, study, relax and recharge. The JSC Residence Life staff strives to make sure that all of our campus residences are safe, supportive and comfortable spaces for you to call home. But each residence hall is a little different. Read about each of our residences to get a sense of what might be a good fit for you:
Arthur Hall is our suite-style residence hall and campus Wellness Living Community. Each suite has four rooms. Most rooms are doubles, though there is limited single room availability. The common area of each suite has couches and cable hookup. As member of the Wellness Living Community, residents sign an agreement not to possess, consume, or be under the influence of alcohol or other drugs while in the building. We also encourage proactive wellness-friendly measures from the building’s staff and students. A mix of first-year students and upperclassmen inhabit this space at the head of the campus quad. Many residents appreciate Arthur’s proximity to Dibden Center for the Arts.
Floors are co-ed, though each suite is single-sex. Residents share responsibility for the common area of the suite.
Governors Hall is home to the majority of our first-year students and is the center of much of our First-Year Experience programming. The building is co-ed by floor, meaning that each floor is single-sex but there are both men’s and women’s floors on each wing.
On the lower level, there is a spacious recreation and meeting room students can use to study together or relax after studying together. Each floor in Governors has single, double, and triple rooms. For more about how rooms are assigned, see the Housing Assignment Procedures page.
Two floors of Governors are designated Wellness Living. Residents will sign an agreement not to possess, consume, or be under the influence of alcohol or other drugs while on the South Wing, second or third floor.
Martinetti Hall houses administrative offices and a classroom, while part of the second floor houses the Business and Economics departments.
Upper-floor rooms are considered “prime housing.” Upperclassmen who sign up for Martinetti must meet an overall GPA requirement of 2.5 and have no active discipline file.
The building is co-ed by door, meaning same-sex roommates have opposite-sex neighbors. The second floor has one bathroom, which is co-ed. The bathrooms on the third floor are single-sex.
Many students choose Senators Hall because of its place away from the center of campus and its proximity to SHAPE and the Visual Arts Center.
While the majority of Senators residents are sophomores, upperclassmen and new students reside there as well. The building is co-ed by floor.
Each floor contains single, double, and triple rooms. For more about how these rooms are assigned, please see our Housing Assignment Procedures page.
Adult Student Housing
Adults 21 and over, married students, and single parents can also choose to live in the College Apartments.