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Nine-Month Continuous Occupancy Housing
Nine-month continuous occupancy housing is housing that remains open during University break periods (Thanksgiving, Winter, and Spring Breaks). With the exception of apartment residents, residents of these spaces are required to select a Winter Session meal plan. If you need to stay on campus during University break periods or will be taking Winter Session classes, you must select Potomac Hall, the apartments, or the designated Harbor Hall rooms.

  • Apartments
  • Potomac Hall
  • Harbor Hall - First North "Women Involved in Learning and Leadership" (151-156), First West (162-174), Second South "Intercultural Living Exchange" (225-239), Second West (262-274), Third South (325-339), and Third West (362-374)
Quiet Lifestyle Areas back to top
On Quiet Lifestyle floors, quiet hours will begin daily at 5 p.m, Sunday through Thursday and 10 p.m. on weekends. Residents residing in these areas may wish, through a community agreement, to extend the quiet hours after the academic year begins. They may not, however, decrease the hours. Residing on this floor requires special sensitivity to and respect for others. Students living in these areas must sign an agreement indicating their willingness to abide by special policies and to support the Quiet Lifestyle goals.
  • Chesapeake - 3rd West
  • Erickson - 4th South (1st North - informally) for Freshmen
  • Harbor - 4th South
  • Patapsco - Basement East
  • Potomac - Basement West
  • West Hill - Wye Building
  • Hillside - Elk Building