Other Residence Hall Options
Home of the Music Floor, Anderson Hall also provides a large number of double- and triple-occupancy rooms for returning students who want a strong community and suite-style bathrooms shared with your next door neighbors. Anderson is the largest single community on campus with the campus’ largest lounge and kitchen spaces, numerous study rooms, laundry on every floor, and a second-floor patio! Anderson rooms will be available at Room Draw.
The Brockton Apartments provide semi-independent living for four students with private bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a shared kitchen and living room space in each apartment. There are also a community room for gatherings, an outdoor gas grill, and the Sustainable University of Redlands Farm right behind the back parking lot. Brockton Apartments are assigned based on the combined class status of all roommates (giving preference to seniors) through a separate application available here. Students will know if they are accepted into Brockton prior to Room Draw so that they have the opportunity to make other room selections if they do not get into Brockton.
Friday, February 22
Brockton Avenue Apartment applications due. Four students per apartment/application.
Criteria will include:
- Priority given to upper class students
- Ability to make full use of space (groups of 4 students)
- Good standing
Next year, Cal-Founders will be adding an exciting new twist to its already great living environment! Since Cal-Founders has the unique benefit of being the only community that provides parallel single-gender communities, it is the perfect place for intentional programming geared toward men’s and women’s interests, needs, and issues. The community is open to all students through Room Draw and will continue to provide the same environment that encourages interaction across the two halls. However, California Hall will also provide programming developed to serve the interests and needs of an all-men’s community, while Founders Hall will focus in on the unique interests and needs of an all-women’s community. These activities will span the realm of possibilities from social to educational to service, and the staff is ready to accept your suggestions as we continue to develop this new program. Cal-Founders will continue to be the vacation hall.
Cortner Hall provides large triple- and double-occupancy rooms with air-conditioning and suite-style bathrooms shared with your next door neighbors. Traditionally housing primarily second- and third-year students, Cortner Hall’s community is a slightly more independent environment with a focus on the social and educational needs of upper-class students. Cortner also has an outdoor patio and a spacious, comfortable lounge on the first floor. Cortner rooms will be available at Room Draw.
Grossmont Hall has one of the strongest community atmospheres on campus in an all-female living environment. The community thus caters to the specific interests and needs of its diverse group of women, while providing a social, comfortable, and low-stress setting for building lasting relationships. Grossmont provides spacious double rooms with hall style bathrooms and large triple rooms with suite-style bathrooms, all equipped with new ceiling fans. Grossmont rooms will be available at Room Draw.
Melrose Hall is sometimes known as Hotel Melrose for its spacious double- and triple-occupancy rooms, cozy lounge spaces, and excellent kitchen. Melrose has suite-style bathrooms. Melrose also has extended Quiet Hours from 7pm to 12noon seven days a week for students who prefer a more studious environment. Melrose is a small residence hall, so space is limited, but rooms will be available during Room Draw.