Learn about the different types of rooms in Brown's residence halls.
Singles, doubles and triples are standard residence hall rooms that house one, two or three students, respectively; that open onto a hallway, share a common bathroom with other hall residents; and have access to community living, study, kitchen and laundry areas in the residence hall.
Suites are a group of student rooms with a shared common area (a sitting room or small living room). Some suites have a kitchenette; some have just a sink, some have a bathroom, some have two bathrooms. Buildings with suites have a community kitchen which all students may use. Students have access to laundry facilities in the residence hall.
Apartments comprise a group of student rooms with a shared common area, bathroom, and full cooking kitchen. Students have access to community laundry facilities in the residence hall.