Yes, we accept lots of international students from countries all over the world. We've had tenants from USA, England, Ireland, Australia, Mexico, China, India, and more.
Yes, female residents are automatically placed into female-only residences, and male residents into male-only residences. If a group of mixed male and female residents come together and wish to share a suit, we can accommodate them and designate them a special mixed suite.
I just found out that someone I know is moving into your residence. Can I request to be in the same suite as them?
Yes, that shouldn't be a problem provided you make a request before residents start to move in, and both of you send us an email with this request in writing.
Yes, that's no problem at all. We encourage groups of friends at our residences and are happy to accommodate these requests. Our individual suites can accommodate up to 6 students, but if you need more, we can place groups of students in adjacent suites. We have had groups of over 50 students come together and
When you sign up to live at the residence, we ask you to complete a comprehensive questionnaire that asks all about you from your age, gender, degree type, program of study, habits, etc. This information helps management in arranging the most compatible suitemates possible. If you have any other special requests, you can most certainly
Yes, we get lots of graduate students. We typically place all graduate students together in a residence to provide them a more quiet atmosphere to study in, as well as give them an opportunity to be around other more mature students. We often get Masters, Ph.D, M.D., J.D., MBA, and Teacher's College graduate students at our residences,