View the floor plans for each townhouse:

Twn 249 and 251 [1st floor]
Twn 249 and 251 [2nd floor]
Twn 253 and 255 [1st floor]
Twn 253 and 255 [2nd floor]
Twn 257 and 259 [1st floor]
Twn 257 and 259 [2nd floor]
Efficiency [249 basement]

Townhouse Room

The six Townhouses were built two at a time starting in 1990 and ending in 1994. These houses are home for up to 106 upper class men and women. There are two sides to each house, each side housing eight to 10 students.

The Townhouses provide a unique opportunity for students to enjoy the conveniences of living on campus, while at the same time beginning the transitional process between college life and living on their own. The Townhouse residents are given the opportunity to be on a seven meal plan that allows them to do more cooking for themselves, as well as the privilege of daily open dorm visitation hours.

Each of the Townhouses has an RA and a House Manager. These two students work together to promote the well-being of the residents, plan house activities, ensure a clean and safe living environment and foster an atmosphere that builds community in their homes.