Carlton Gibson Hall


Carlton Gibson Hall (abbreviation: CGH) is a mainstream, five-floor building that offers co-ed floors, Honors housing (top three floors), and gender-inclusive rooms. An elevator provides easy access to floors. On each floor, students have access to a shared lounge with a TV. It is closest to The Commons dining hall and The College Grind coffee shop.

Room Type


One person
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Two persons
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Three persons
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Four persons
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Lifestyle Floors

Co-ed floors

Gender-inclusive rooms

Honors housing

Mainstream floors

Included Amenities

  • Accessible Units
  • Blue Light Emergency Phones
  • Ethernet Jacks
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Fire Strobe Lighting
  • Free Shuttle Service
  • Free Wifi
  • Furnished
  • Gender Inclusive Rooms
  • Laundry Facility in Building
  • Laundry Included in Rent
  • Live-in Residence Life Staff
  • Locked 24/7 with Card Access
  • Meal Plan Required
  • MicroFridge in Room
  • Outdoor Seating Area
  • Rent Placed on Student Account
  • Residential Parking
  • Ritchie's Game Room
  • Shared Lounge
  • Single Room Option
  • Smoke-free
  • Television in Lounge
  • Tiger TV
  • Tunnel Access
  • Utilities Included
  • Bottle Return Service
  • Computer Lab with Free Printing Services
  • Conference Rooms
  • Grill & Picnic Area
  • Post Office
  • Residence Life Staff Offices
  • The Den: Movie Lounge
  • Tutoring Services and Study Space
  • Volleyball Court


- Residence Halls
Room Size
Per Semester, Per Person
Per 2 Semester, Per Person
Per Summer, Per Day
Multiple Occupancy
Single Occupancy
Large Single
Double as Single
Single with Bathroom

Mailing Address

Your Name
Building, Room #
43 Greenleaf Court
Rochester NY 14623

Mail and package pickup is at Fredericka Douglass Sprague Perry Hall

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