This dormitory wing contains single and eight double living quarters organized about a central core containing four restrooms, a mechanical room, and a kitchen.
187 S.F per bed
Each large block is roughly 3,000 square feet and contains sixteen beds, making it one of the more efficient organization. The individual rooms are sleeping and study units, whereas a larger commons area encourages social interaction and community engagement. The dormitory-style wing reduces the amount of kitchen and bathroom equipment required in the building, which reduces over building cost.