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The purpose of the Arc Hall FAQ is to provide answers to common questions that students may have regarding the changes made to the Arc Hall community for the 2014-2015 academic year. Those students with questions that are not provided in the FAQ should call RCL at 434-395-2080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Will there only be triple room options in Arc Hall for the 2014-2015 academic year?
There will be both designated triples and designated double rooms available to students during the housing registration process.
Is full occupancy required to register for these rooms?
Yes, full occupancy is required to register for an Arc double or triple room. Meaning groups of 3 can self-assign to the triple rooms and groups of 2 can self-assign to the double rooms.
Are the triple rooms in Arc larger than the double rooms?
Yes, the largest rooms were designated as triple occupancy and are larger than the double rooms. In fact the triple rooms in Arc are slightly larger than the Curry and Frazer triple rooms.
In a triple room, how many students will share the suite bathroom?
Since both rooms in these suites are triple occupancy, 6 students will share the suite bathroom.
Will Arc Hall remain all-female for the 2014-2015 academic year?
Yes, Arc Hall will remain an all-female residence hall. Therefore, male students will be unable to register to live in Arc.
What will be the housing rate for main campus triple rooms?
Click on the link below to view the 2014-2015 Housing Rate Chart
What furnishings will be provided in the triple room?
Each student will be provided with a bed that can be bunked or left unbunked, desk & chair, dresser, and will have access to a shared closet.
Will all 3 students be provided with internet access?
Yes, Internet service will be available to each resident.