RIT Housing has thirteen different Residence Halls - high rises with wonderful views and low rises with beautiful courtyards. Located on campus, Residence Halls are their own community connected by a set of underground tunnels with easy access to dining, postal services, and the academic side of campus.
Buildings offer double-as-single, and double rooms. A double-as-single room refers to one person only being assigned to a double occupancy room; double means that two people are assigned to one double room (rates are based on per person, per night charges - not per room). Double rooms are carpeted and furnished.
Residence halls are set up corridor style with shared single-sex bathrooms. Most bathrooms are designed with two shower stalls. In addition, most floors have a kitchenette with counter space, a sink, and a microwave.
Guests may wish to bring a lamp(s) since there is only one soft overhead light in the entry way of each room, or a fan if they are housed in a non-air conditioned building.