Room Types

Single Room: One bedroom housing one student

Double Room:  One bedroom housing two students

Triple: One bedroom housing three students (larger room)

Quad: One or two connected bedrooms housing four students

 

Suite: A cluster of single or double rooms connected to a common area shared only with the residents assigned to the space. Typically the A room is the double and the B, C, and D rooms are single rooms within the suite. Common hall bathrooms are used for students assigned to suites. 

Apartment: A cluster of single rooms connected to a common area, kitchen, and private bathroom shared only with the residents assigned to the space.

Buchanan and Marshall Halls

  • Brooks College House
  • Hanging Out
  • Primarily first and second year students are housed in Buchanan and Marshall Halls, which make up Brooks College House

  • The three-story buildings are co-ed and house approximately 208 students

  • There are single and standard double rooms in these two halls with gender-neutral bathrooms available

  • The lower levels of both buildings are primarily sophomore students.

  • Window blinds are provided on all windows

  • Because all residence hall rooms are fully furnished, the College does not permit students to bring upholstered furniture to campus.

  • There is a central laundry facility in each building

  • Each residence hall floor has a lounge equipped with cabinets and a microwave, a study room
  • Connecting the halls are the Brooks College House Commons, which includes a lounge, kitchen and classroom

North Benjamin Franklin Hall

  • Ware College House
  • Bonchek Great Room
  • North Benjamin Franklin Hall can house approximately 229 students and is the home of Ware College House
  • Both first-year and upper class students reside here
  • This building underwent a substantial building renovation in the Summer of 2016
  • Gender-neutral bathrooms are available in this Hall
  • Window blinds are provided on all windows
  • Because all residence hall rooms are fully furnished, the College does not permit students to bring upholstered furniture to campus
  • There is a central laundry facility in the building
  • The ground floor of North Ben contains Ware College House Commons, which includes a lounge, kitchen and classroom
  • Franklin & Marshall's main dining hall is adjacent to North Ben

Typical Room & Furniture  

  • Typical room in North Benjamin Franklin Hall (Ware College House)
  • Typical room in North Benjamin Franklin Hall (Ware College House)
  • BF furniture
  • BF furniture
  • BF furniture
  • BF furniture
  • BF furniture
  • BF furniture

South Benjamin Franklin Hall

  • Bonchek College House
  • Light reflects from the front windows on the Bonchek College House Commons. The Bonchek logo and an LGBTQ pride flag are seen by the entrance.
  • Campus Space
  • Bonchek College House
  • South Benjamin Franklin Hall currently houses approximately 226 students and is the home of Bonchek College House
  • Both first-year and upper class students reside here
  • This building underwent a substantial building renovation in the Summer of 2015
  • Gender-neutral bathrooms are available in this Hall
  • Window blinds are provided on all windows
  • Because all residence hall rooms are fully furnished, the College does not permit students to bring upholstered furniture to campus
  • There is a central laundry facility in the building
  • The ground floor of South Ben contains Bonchek College House Commons, which includes a lounge, kitchen and classroom
  • Franklin & Marshall's main dining hall is adjacent to South Ben

Typical Room & Furniture  

  • Typical room in South Benjamin Franklin Hall (Bonchek College House)
  • Typical room in South Benjamin Franklin Hall (Bonchek College House)
  • BF furniture
  • BF furniture
  • BF furniture
  • BF furniture
  • BF furniture
  • BF furniture

Roschel College House 

  • Spring blossom
  • Roschel College House, completed summer of 2011, houses approximately 184 Roschel College House members
  • First-year students are centrally located on the north and south halls of floors 2, 3, and 4 in standard double rooms
  • Gender-neutral bathrooms are available in this hall
  • Upper class students reside in the suites and apartments flanking the building
  • Beds in traditional double rooms and double suites are twin XL
  • Beds in single suites and apartments are doubles
  • Window blinds are provided in all rooms
  • The furniture is not fixed in place and can be moved around
  • Because all residence hall rooms are fully furnished, the College does not permit students to bring upholstered furniture to campus
  • The house has a kitchen on the first floor equipped with a refrigerator, microwave, and induction stove
  • The house also has a common lounge on each floor, and study rooms off of the first-floor Great Room
  • Every floor has single-gender bathrooms, which are a short walk from each room
  • Laundry facilities are located on the lower level

Weis College House

  • Weis College House
  • Weis College House
  • Weis Hall houses all first-year members of Weis College House as well as some sophomore, junior and senior members of the house
  • All floors are co-ed and approximately 166 students are housed here
  • The Weis College House Commons was renovated in 2011
  • It has a large great room, seminar room, living room, and fully-equipped kitchen
  • The east and west wing on each floor has a small kitchen equipped with cabinets and a microwave
  • There is a hall lounge on each floor in the center of the building
  • The rooms in Weis have furniture that can be moved and the bed height can be moderately changed to accommodate small furniture pieces under the bed
  • Weis Hall rooms consist of single, double, and 4-person suites.
  • Window blinds are provided on all windows
  • Because all residence hall rooms are fully furnished, the College does not permit students to bring upholstered furniture to campus
  • Laundry facilities are located on the lower level

Typical Room & Furniture 

  • Single room in Weis College House suite Single room in Weis College House suite
  • Common room in Weis College House suite Common room in Weis College House suite
  • Single room in Weis College House suite Single room in Weis College House suite
  • Double room in Weis College House Double room in Weis College House
  • Double room in Weis College House Double room in Weis College House

Schnader and Thomas Halls

  • Schnader Hall
  • Schnader Hall
  • Schnader Hall lounge

Schnader Hall enjoys a prime campus location. Schnader houses approximately 185 residents and is mostly arranged in co-ed floors with single and double rooms. There are a few single rooms with a private bath in this hall for a student that may need an accommodation. 

  • Schnader and Thomas Halls are sophomore housing annex buildings for the larger college houses
  • Upper class students may also elect to live in these halls
  • Room furniture is movable and window blinds are provided on all windows
  • Because all residence hall rooms are fully furnished, the College does not permit students to bring upholstered furniture to campus
  • There is a central lounge and laundry room on the ground floor in each building
  • Thomas Hall
  • Thomas Hall

Thomas Hall houses up to 173 students and is made up of 4-person and 5-person suites. Gender-neutral bathrooms are available in this hall.

Typical Room & Furniture 

  • Typical room in Schnader Hall Typical room in Schnader Hall
  • Thomas Hall suite common space Thomas Hall suite common space
  • Typical room in Thomas Hall Typical room in Thomas Hall
  • Furniture in Schnader and Thomas Halls Furniture in Schnader and Thomas Halls
  • Furniture in Schnader and Thomas Halls Furniture in Schnader and Thomas Halls
  • Furniture in Schnader and Thomas Halls Furniture in Schnader and Thomas Halls