Royer Residence Hall
Royer is home to about 130 students in a setting of 1 triple, 4 singles, and 64 doubles. The building houses students from all cohorts. The building is co-ed, with men and women housed on different ends of the hallways. Each floor has two community bathrooms. The building features a lounge on the first floor and laundry facilities in the basement. Royer is part of the Dell community.
Walls: Drywall in the rooms, cinderblock in the hallways.
Floors: Tile in the rooms and hallways.
Furniture: Each student will have a twin bed, a desk and desk chair, a built-in closet and dresser (please note built-in furniture cannot be moved). A few rooms have a wardrobe and dresser instead of the built-in furniture.
Windows: All room windows come with a shade.
Air Conditioning: Window AC units that are placed in the rooms by the Facilities Management team during spring break (typically March) and removed during fall break (October).
Bathroom Information: Traditional, communal style bathrooms that include sinks, toilets, and showers.
Laundry Facilities: Located in the basement. There is no additional cost for laundry during the academic year.
Royer open in 1962 and is named in honor of B. Mary Royer (1921).