Living in a college residence hall can be exciting and intimidating for many students. We offer students opportunities to live with others that share a commonality or interest through affinity housing - such as Rainbow Floor. By offering affinity residential living options, we continue to offer students opportunities to learn and grow together outside of the classroom.
Rainbow Floor is a gender inclusive living-learning community committed to counterspace, education and activism around social justice for LGBQA and TGNCI people. You can move onto the Rainbow Floor at anytime during the academic year.
The Office of Residential Life seeks to create a safer and more inclusive residential learning environment on campus by assisting students with requests to be matched with a roommate who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, or an ally. An ally is defined as someone who identifies as straight and wants to be supportive of those who identify as LGBQA and TGNCI. Learn more about Rainbow Floor.
Kemp Hall serves as a living and learning residence with an international focus. A number of single, double and triple-occupancy rooms are available in this building, with a capacity of 30.