Assisi & Siena Halls are townhouse-style residence halls, each of which house approximately 47 upperclassmen students. Assisi & Siena Halls house all identifying genders, but each townhouse houses only students of the same identifying gender. There are two rows of six two-story townhouses. Assisi & Siena Halls are named after the Italian cities of Assisi and Siena, which were important sites of the two patron saints of Italy, Saint Catharine of Siena and Saint Francis of Assisi.

Each townhouse has four double bedrooms, three full bathrooms, a full kitchen, a living room, a dining room and a laundry facility in the living unit. Bedrooms are supplied with one bed, dresser, desk, and closet/wardrobe for each person residing in the room.

Building Information

  • Class Level: Junior and senior students are housed in Assisi & Siena Halls. 
  • Types of Rooms: Assisi & Siena Halls feature 12 eight-person townhouses.
  • Air Conditioning: Assisi & Siena Halls are air-conditioned with each townhouse having its own thermostat.
  • Sheets: Mattresses are extra long twins.
  • Appliances: One internet jack is available per resident. Each bedroom is allowed one microwave, one small refrigerator and one coffee pot with automatic shut-off.
  • Bathroom: Each townhouse has three full bathrooms.
  • Furniture: Each resident will have one adjustable bed, desk, desk chair, and closet or wardrobe. 
  • Bed: 30” maximum height of adjustable bed
  • Elevator: No elevator is available in these buildings.
  • Laundry: Each townhouse is equipped with a washer & dryer. Laundry on campus is free for students.

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