The college maintains on-campus residential facilities, providing housing for more than 1,700 students. Four residence halls, six Adirondack-style lodges, and three townhouses help meet student demand for housing on campus, and the college’s goal of providing accommodations for all students requesting housing.
Rooms are furnished with a desk, chair, dresser, closet or wardrobe, and bed for each student. All rooms are air-conditioned and wired for cable television. In addition, a wireless network is installed in all residence halls. From your room, you can access campus resources such as the digital video library, library databases, student services information, and the Internet, all over a high-speed, wireless connection.
All Residence Halls, Lodges, and Townhouses include free laundry facilities, free wireless Internet, a working kitchen, and includes the cost of all utilities. In addition, the Residence Halls and Lodges have computer lounges.
Angell, Pick/Herndon, and Rosenthal Halls were built in the early 1970s and house approximately 230 to 280 students per building in double occupancy rooms with private baths. Hudson Hall opened its doors in 1986 and houses 375 students in single and double occupancy rooms. This building is equipped with community bathrooms on each floor. Each building has free laundry facilities, a computer lab, and a working kitchen.
Cayenne, Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger, Juniper, and Nutmeg are located on the north end of the campus. These three-story, Adirondack-style buildings accommodate 424 CIA upper-term students in four-person suites with private baths. The shared main-floor living space includes a kitchen and a great room. The lodges are grouped in a village-style arrangement, providing a feeling of community with inviting places to socialize and study.
The new townhouses on the north end of campus give upper-term students another excellent housing option at the CIA. Check out these awesome features: