- 116, 226 12’ x 12’6”
- 220 13’ x 12’6”
- All other rooms 11’6” x 12’6”
- Height 1st floor 8’7”
- 2nd floor 8’4”
- 105, 114 12’ x 12’6”
106,107 12’6” x 12’6”
200,216 17’6” x 12’6”
236 8’ x12’6”
All other rooms 11’6” x 12’6”
Height 1st floor 8’6”
2nd floor 8’2”
- 18, 110, 214 11’ x 16’
17, 19, 109, 111 irregular size
213, 215 irregular size
All other rooms 10’ x 16’6”
Height lower level 8’8”
1st floor 8’8”
2nd floor 8’
- 105 11’6” x 12’ x 7’7” ht
109, 210, 310 13’ x 12’
111, 208, 308 12’ x 12’
All other rooms 11’6” x 12’
Height 1st floor 8’10”
2nd, 3rd floor 8’8”
Feeman, Powell and Stevens
- 138-144 8’5” x 14’
126, 132, 134 9’ x 16’
240-246 8’5” x 14’
All other rooms 10’ x 16’
Height 1st floor 9’6”
2nd floor 8’8”
- 116,220 15’ x 11’ 4”
All other rooms 12’ 6” x 11’ 4”
Height 1st floor 7’ 11”
2nd floor 8’
Am I required to live on campus?
Adrian College is a four year residential college. Students who want an exemption from the 4 year requirement must meet one or more of the following criteria:
- Commute from the home of a parent or adult relative if located within a 45 mile distance from the College (parent or legal guardian must verify this by letter to the Residence Life Office)
- Are married
Are registered for less than 12 hours now and after add/drop week
- Will be or are 23 years or older
How am I assigned to a residence hall?
First year students are assigned to one of the freshman residence halls after receipt of their enrollment deposit and their completed Adrian College Residence Hall Room and Board Agreement on housing.adrian.edu. Housing priority is based on the date the student’s payment is received, their preference of hall and roommate, and the availability of rooms in the halls they have requested. Any specific roommate request must be mutual in order to insure matching.
All students are assigned a lottery number based on total credits earned, GPA and finally a randomly assigned number; this number determines access to available space.
Is the singles policy complicated?
No. There are only a certain number of single rooms in any hall and that number is dependent on the amount of available space in campus housing. Singles are assigned using the Housing Lottery System (mentioned above), classification and location. There is a very limited number of singles available for first year students during their first semester. Single rooms are offered at an additional charge.
1. Reserve the room, when space permits, as a single room and pay the additional charge;
2. Remain in the room and choose a new roommate;
3. Remain in the room and be open to a new roommate; or
4. Move to another vacancy with a new roommate.
The Housing Office reserves the right to assign a student to any available space with 48 hour notice whenever possible. Any questions should be brought to the attention of the Housing Office.
What if my roommate and I don’t get along?
Discuss this concern with your roommate. If you are unsure about how to approach the discussion, talk with your Resident Assistant or Hall Coordinator. If your initial conversation does not resolve your concerns, consult your Resident Assistant or Hall Coordinator about other strategies. Occasionally, a change in roommates is required. If a solution cannot be found with your RA/HC please contact the Housing Office for further assistance.
Living with someone else can occasionally be difficult but it is one of the most valuable experiences you will have at Adrian College. The Residence Life staff will be happy to share practical negotiation and compromise strategies – information you will be able to use the rest of your life!
What is an RA? HC?
RAs (Resident Assistants) are undergraduate, para-professional students who have been trained to help with your day-to-day concerns and help with community development in the hall. They report directly to the Hall Coordinator.
HCs (Hall Coordinator) are professional staff of the college that serve as the key personnel in charge of the residence hall.
What are the residence life rules and regulations?
The Residence Life Office has established the following policies that apply to residence halls and Greek houses. These policies are in accordance with United Methodist tradition, student development theory, the College Policy on Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment, and our desire to create a safe, clean, educational atmosphere. Residence Life policies are designed to promote a learning community, the right to privacy, an atmosphere conducive to study, the protection of personal and public property, and a respect for the needs and values of each individual. However, the success of a living/learning community in fulfilling these needs depends on each resident being willing to live by these policies and be responsible for his or her behavior. The following policies do not address every issue. If a situation pertaining to residence life arises that is not addressed within this handbook, the Residence Life Office reserves the right to exercise professional judgment to make a determination.
What is provided in a standard double room?
Your room is furnished with two standard twin-size beds, two desks and chairs, two small dressers or one large dresser, blinds or shades, a wastebasket, and a mirror. The personal items you choose to bring will make your room your own unique place on campus. Some of the items you may wish to bring are listed below:
- Alarm clock
Fused power strips
Iron Laundry supplies
Twin size sheets
What electrical appliances am I allowed to have?
Students are permitted to have televisions, VCRs, DVD players, stereos, hair dryers, irons, fans, lamps (no halogen), computers, and small microwave ovens (800 watts or less). Students may bring their own apartment-size refrigerators (4 cubic feet or less) if desired. Air conditioners are not permitted in student rooms. Students should bring fused power strips rather than traditional extension cords.
What items are not permitted?
- Alcohol, if under 21
Burning candles, incense, open flame equipment
Firearms or hunting equipment
Medium or large microwaves
Pets (excluding fish)
Open hot wire appliances, including space heaters
Weight lifting equipment
What is the mattress size?
Our mattresses are standard twin size (36"x75”). Students are responsible for providing their own pillows, linen, and towels.
What phone service is provided?
Each room is equipped with a private telephone line. Students provide their own phone. Local phone service is provided at no extra cost.
Each room is assigned a voice mailbox. When you check into your room in the fall, you will receive instructions on how to record a greeting and retrieve messages sent to you. All students are expected to set up and use their voice mailboxes, since this is the phone number published in the student directory for students, faculty and staff. Students wishing to be unlisted in the student directory should contact the Housing Office by the end of the first week of the semester.
Is cable television provided?
Students who would like cable service will have an opportunity to sign up for cable during the first week of classes.
What is the computer network hookup?
Residence hall rooms are set up for wireless internet and are also wired for Ethernet hookup. Network cards and cables are available for purchase in the bookstore. To hook up two computers to the network jack in your room, you will need a switch, available in the Adrian College Bookstore, rather than a router. For further information, please contact the Computer Center at 517-264-3342.
What is in a Residence Hall?
Each hall has a lobby, recreation room, TV room, and study room for students to gather socially. Pop machines are located in each hall. Each residence hall has a kitchen equipped with a full-size refrigerator, microwave, sink, counter space, and stove. Students may prepare snacks at any time here and are expected to clean up when finished.
Is storage available?
Due to limited space in the storage room of each residence hall, students must keep their dressers, desks, and chairs in their rooms. Bed frames and mattresses may be placed in storage but must be returned to their proper placement in the room when the student moves out. There is limited storage offered to students during the summer. Contact the Housing Office in February if you believe you will need to store items during the summer.
Can I rent a loft?
For your convenience, Housing has partnered with College Products to rent lofts to students. Lofts are rented either as single lofts for one student or L-lofts for two students. Lofts can be delivered to campus at move in and picked up in April by College Products so there is no need to store them at home during the summer. Adrian College’s standard twin size mattresses fit on these lofts. College Products also sells futons, futon covers & pillows, and area rugs to add additional personality to a student’s room. Orders can be placed online at www.collegeproducts.com (code: ADCO).
Do I still have to live on campus if I am a 5th year senior?
No, there is only a four year live-on requirement.You must still complete the off-campus appeal form to notify the housing office of your status change.
What if I am a commuter? Do I have to live on campus?
No, the commuter policy is not changing. You must still complete the off-campus appeal form to notify the housing office of your status.
What if I already live off-campus? Will I have to move back on?
No, students who already live off campus may remain off.
What if I have extenuating circumstances? Do I still have to live on campus?
There is a Housing Committee consisting of administrators, faculty, and students who will be the final say in any appeals to move off campus. Appeal forms can be printed off from here. They must be turned into the Housing Office (Caine 223) and must be submitted by March 1, 2013 to be considered for fall semester.
How will the lottery work?
The lottery will consist of all rooms, apartments, and singles not occupied by freshman. The lottery will be based on credit hours, g.p.a. and finally a random number. Higher demand housing such as College View apartments and Theme Houses will be filled first.
Will there be substance free living for upperclassmen next year?
Yes, there will be substance free living for upperclassmen.
What’s theme housing?
The Theme Housing Program at Adrian College is intended to provide a unique living/learning experience for students. The group of students living in Theme Housing will be self-directed through the use of goal setting and programming. All Theme Housing will be single sex housing. Applications are available in the Housing Office, Caine, 223.
What are in-hall apartments?
In-hall apartments are available in Cargo, Deans, Estes and Herrick. Each apartment has a bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen area. These apartments will have two students living in each.
When will we know the ‘12-‘13 prices for different housing options that will be available?
The prices are set by the Adrian College Board of Trustees at the February 10, 2012 meeting.
What buildings will be handicap accessible for upper-class students?
Cargo and Deans will remain a handicap accessible building. Additionally, the newly renovated Pellowe Hall has six barrier free rooms.
Still have questions? Contact the Housing Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.