Home- Campus Life- Housing Options- Sophomore Housing Sophomore Living All sophomores are housed on campus, and each residence is overseen by an assistant director and student community leaders who serve as mentors and resources. Room and Roommate Assignments Here are a few key points about room selection for your sophomore year: Students make their own roommate arrangements. Room selection is based on a random lottery system during the spring of your first year (applications for interest housing must be submitted earlier). The availability of rooms and suites varies by residence hall, so preferences cannot be guaranteed. Sophomores may choose to apply for three interest housing options: Wellness Living, the Harlem Renaissance Center, and the academic Sophomore Residential Seminars program. There also are resources available for those who require special accommodations. Residence Halls Click each residence hall below for a full description. 94 Broad Street About 94 Broad Street 94 Broad is a traditional residence hall for sophomore students. 94 Broad Street has double and single occupancy rooms and spacious common spaces that are perfect for meetings, studying, or just hanging out. 94 Broad also has a partial kitchen, laundry facilities, and storage space. Dining status Students living at 94 Broad Street are included in the traditional college meal plan. Cleaning responsibilities Common spaces, including kitchens, lounges, and bathrooms, are cleaned by Facilities staff. Students are responsible for personal items, dishes, laundry, and toiletries. Interest housing Standard residence Coeducational? Yes Resident class years Sophomores Occupancy 31 Room types Single rooms Double rooms Triple room Bryan Complex About Bryan Complex The Bryan Complex consists of Cobb, Crawshaw, Parke, and Russell houses and features single and double-occupancy rooms within suites. Suites in this complex share a bathroom and a small hallway area. Each floor in the building has a recreational lounge and a small study lounge. Each building has a laundry facility in the basement. There are microwaves in the kitchenettes or lounges of each house. Crawshaw House is home to the Harlem Renaissance Center (HRC, see interest housing below), and the complex is connected to the Edge Cafe. Dining status Students living in the Bryan Complex are included in the traditional college meal plan. Cleaning responsibilities Students are responsible for cleaning all space within their suite, including the bathroom. Interest housing Standard residence for Cobb, Parke, and Russell; Crawshaw House is home to the Harlem Renaissance Center (see Interest Housing below). Coeducational? Yes Resident class years Sophomores Occupancy 216 (54 per building) Room types 3-person suites (1 single, 1 double) 4-person suites (2 singles, 1 double) 5-person suites (3 singles, 1 double) 5-person suites (1 single, 2 doubles) 6-person suites (2 singles, 2 doubles) Curtis Hall, Floor 5 About Curtis Hall Curtis Hall is a traditional-style residence hall. Most of the rooms in Curtis Hall are double bedrooms, with the exception of six suites. Every other floor has a student lounge, and laundry facilities are located in the basement. Curtis Hall is home to the satellite student health clinic. Dining status Students living in Curtis Hall are included in the traditional college meal plan. Cleaning responsibilities Common spaces, including kitchens, lounges, and bathrooms, are cleaned by Facilities staff. Interest Housing Standard residence Resident class years Sophomores (fifth floor) First-years (floors 1-4) Coeducational? Yes Occupancy 233 Room types Double rooms 4-person suite (2 doubles) 6-person suite (2 singles, 2 doubles) Double rooms Cutten Complex About Cutten Complex The Cutten Complex consists of Brigham, Read, Shepardson, and Whitnall houses. Cutten has single and double-occupancy rooms within suites. Suites in this complex share a bathroom and a small hallway area. Each floor in the building has a common lounge, including a kitchenette. Each building has a laundry facility in the basement. The Cutten Core is a common space shared by each of the four buildings, including study space on the second floor. The first floor is home to the Shaw Wellness Institute. Dining status Students living in the Cutten Complex are included in the traditional college meal plan. Cleaning responsibilities Students are responsible for cleaning all space within their suite, including the bathroom. Interest housing Standard residence Coeducational? Yes Resident class years Sophomores Occupancy 212 (53 per building) Room types 2-person suites (1 single, 1 CL room) 3-person suites (3 singles) 3-person suites (1 single, 1 double) 4-person suites (2 singles, 1 double) 4-person suites (2 doubles) Drake Hall About Drake Hall Drake Hall houses students in a variety of rooms and suites, but most of the rooms in Drake Hall are doubles. Each floor has a kitchenette with a sink, refrigerator, and microwave. Each floor has an enclosed study lounge and larger community lounge. Laundry facilities are located in the basement. The Office of Residential Life is also located in Drake Hall, and has a separate entrance. Dining status Students living in Drake Hall are included in the traditional college meal plan. Cleaning responsibilities Common spaces, including kitchens, lounges, and bathrooms, are cleaned by Facilities staff. Interest housing Standard residence Resident class years Sophomores Coeducational? Yes Occupancy 212 Room types Single room Double rooms Triple rooms 4-person suites (2 singles, 1 double) 4-person suites (2 doubles) 5-person suites (3 singles, 1 double) 5-person suites (1 single, 2 doubles) Townhouse Community About the Townhouse Community The Townhouse Community houses students in townhouses of 8 or 16 occupants each. Each townhouse has double-occupancy bedrooms, two bathrooms, laundry facilities, and a full kitchen that includes: a dishwasher, two refrigerators, a flat-surface stove with four burners, an oven, and a sink. Residents are responsible for stocking their kitchen and townhouse with items such as dishes, glassware, pots and pans, paper towels, toilet paper, dish soap, etc. The townhouses provide more independent living and the opportunity for shared responsibility. Residents will explore and affirm their identity through a community living experience where they learn how to collaborate, hold each other accountable, and contribute to their group and townhouse community. Dining status Sophomores residing in the townhouses are included in the traditional college meal plan. Cleaning responsibilities Students are responsible for cleaning of the townhouse, including kitchens, lounges, and bathrooms. Coeducational? 16-person: coed 8-person: not coed Interest housing None; traditional-style Resident class years Juniors, seniors, and sophomores Occupancy 272 (units of 16 or 8) Room types 16-person townhouses (8 doubles) Interest Housing OptionsClick each interest housing option below for a full description. Harlem Renaissance Center The Harlem Renaissance Center is located in Crawshaw House, part of the Bryan Complex (see above). The HRC is a living and learning center for students interested in African and African American history and culture and is open to students of any class year. The HRC was established with two goals in mind: to provide students with an educational atmosphere about the culture and heritage of Pan-African ways of life and to educate the Colgate community about African American culture. Sophomore Residential Seminars This is a living-learning community. Students must apply for the academic program independent of, and prior to, the housing selection process. Selected students will automatically be assigned a room to in which to live and study together with their seminar classmates. Selected students will live and study together, then travel in an academic embedded experience related to the course. Each spring, students will continue their class dialogue with a one-quarter-credit course with their professor. Students who wish to participate in the Sophomore Residential Seminars program need to apply as first-year students. LEARN MORE Wellness Living The Wellness Living community is located in Whitnall House, a part of the Cutten Complex (see above). The community is for students committed to maintaining healthy life habits. The program is well situated in this space, which is also home to the Shaw Wellness Institute. More Information If you have any questions, please see our list of frequently asked questions. Also, feel free to contact the office of Residential Life. For residence hall locations, see the campus map. 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