Freshman living areas are called modules. Modules are living areas made up of spacious traditional style rooms which offer a small community-feel. Each module is equipped with wireless internet, satellite T.V., a community living room, and has access to nearby laundry facilities. Each room within a module is furnished with high-speed internet access, a bed, desk, hutch or bookshelves, desk chair, dresser, and a wardrobe for each resident. Each room houses two or three students and has access to a centrally located living room which is a great place for studying, playing games, and building close relationships.
Jost Hall Modules
Jost Hall is the tallest building on campus and home to the newest modules. South side rooms have a great view of all the activities on the campus green, and the city lights give north side rooms a view at night. A Jost Hall module typically has nine triple-occupancy rooms and is predominantly housed by freshman women. Each room has its own bathroom. Fully handicapped-accessible rooms are available.
Strasbourg Modules are two-story buildings with 12 double-occupancy rooms situated around a common living room. Their central location between the library, cafeteria, student lounge, and Charlottes Coffee Corner keeps students in the middle of campus life.
Krause, Nachtigal, Schlicting, and Warkentine modules are sometime used for freshman housing when total enrollment and male to female student ratios necessitate. You can read more about these modules on the sophomore housing options page.