Dayton & Ithaca
The DIPS. Dayton and Ithaca are used for housing, while Princeton is the home of the Westminster's community music school (Westminster Conservatory). Floors in Dayton and Ithaca are co-ed, with each half of the floor housing men or women. All floors are arranged in three room groupings (suites), with two suites sharing a common bathroom. The DIPS primarily houses upper class students, so space for first-year students is limited. The amenities of the DIPS include practice rooms in the basement, floor lounges with large screen TVs, entertainment systems, microwaves, refrigerators (first floor only), kitchen area (with sink, but no stoves/ovens)
Each student will receive a bed frame, mattress, desk, desk chair, a dresser and a closet. The typical dimiensions of a room in the DIPS are 12'X 15"
A traditional collegiate hall with rooms located along long corridors. Common bathroom facilities are centrally located on each floor. The first and third floors house women, while the second floor houses men. The amenities of Seabrook include practice rooms in the basement, a large lounge with a big screen TV, entertainment systems, pool table and game table and a kitchen (stove, oven, refrigerator, microwave, sink)
Each student will receive a bed frame, mattress, desk, desk chair and/or closet. The typical dimenions of a room in Seabrook are 12' X16"