Furniture is assigned to each undergraduate room based on the designated occupancy for the room. Traditionally, each resident is assigned one bed*, one five drawer chest, and one desk with a desk chair. Additionally, in rooms where there are no built-in closets, each resident is assigned one wardrobe. Rooms that are offered as supersingles have a designated occupancy of two so these rooms will have at least one extra set of furniture which cannot be removed.
Furniture in apartments may vary based on location. Please view individual building descriptions for more complete furniture information.
Removal of University furniture from student rooms is prohibited without written consent from the Office of Residence Life & Housing. No alterations are to be made to the furniture or fixtures provided by the University.
In addition, no construction or alteration of any type (including, but not limited to, lofts) may take place within a room without the express written consent of the Office of Residence Life & Housing. Students who would like to loft their beds should either check with their housing staff or our list of approved lofting vendors here.
Additional furnishings brought into the room must be freestanding and clear of all existing fixtures, furniture, or walls.
*Extra-long twin-sized mattresses are used in all undergraduate residence halls EXCEPT for Buildings A-H at Clairmont Campus. Extra-long twin mattresses measure 36"w x 80"l x 6"h. URC and CRC Buildings A-H at Clairmont Campus have double sized mattresses. Double mattresses measure 54"w x 75"l x 8"h.