Ireland Hall, located on north campus, was built in 1912 and houses more than 300 men on five levels. Ireland Hall is mostly double rooms with few single rooms and some 2-room triples. Each floor has a north and south wing, with a common bathroom in each wing. All furniture is movable and many have sinks.
What's so special about Ireland?
"Ireland Football League, teeter-totter marathon, homecoming activities (parade, etc.), Lavinburgers. While it may not have an elevator, the building certainly has a lot of character. The same could be said for the people living in it. It's just a really fun community to be a part of." -Dan
Common areas include a service desk, study lounge, computer lab, recreation and TV area, laundry room and kitchenette.
"Known for its annual teeter-totter marathon for charity and its annual Mansion Dance, Ireland is a unique hall. Don't forget the snowball fight - a lot of the activities aren't planned, but just by being around the hall it is really easy to connect with people from your floor." -Nicholas
Housing applications are provided to newly accepted students by the Admissions office. Speak to your Admissions Counselor for further information. A $200 deposit is required to request housing space and is also handled by your Admissions Counselor. Housing is provided on a first-come, first-serve basis and is not guaranteed by the university. Preference information is collected in April for the following fall and students are notified of their housing assignment at the end of June.
Accepted students can begin the enrollment processes by visiting the Accepted Student page.