Students in the Early College program have the option of living in the University residence halls. This allows for a fuller experience within the program and allows the students to spread their wings even more. In many ways, it is just like being in a freshman residence hall–with only a few differences. These differences include a required Study Hall each evening (M-TH) and a curfew, which provide a greater level of support for those students who are transitioning into college life at a younger age.
Living in the residence halls provides the opportunity to learn how to be more independent. You will be responsible for your space, learn how to budget time for studies and for fun, do your own laundry, etc. You will find yourself in a family of fellow scholars that will help you stay focused on your goals, but who will be willing partners in adventure as well!
Residence halls are typically suite style, so you will share your room with one other girl but share a bathroom with two other girls in another room.
Safety is of the utmost importance to us, so all residence halls are secured with restricted access. You have two options for meals on campus–Hopkins Dining Hall which is the more traditional “dining hall” experience and The Tea Room, which features more “fast food” type options and Java City, a full coffee bar.