Azalea House is home to 55 women on the east side of campus. The cooperatives are democratically managed by student membership. Each house has a trained Cooperative Director, who lives in the house and helps advise the executive board. Two to three students are typically assigned to a study room with a desk, closet and space for personal belongings. Shared sleeping rooms (called sleeping porches) with bunk beds are separate from the study rooms.
Azalea House will be open during all breaks next year. For more information, visit the Break Housing Information page.
Amenities & Services
- High-Speed Internet
- Cable TV
- Standard twin size beds in sleeping porches
- Laundry Facilities (Unlimited use for residents)
- Mail delivered to Azalea House