Suite style residence halls offer two, three, or four double occupancy bedrooms that share an adjacent bathroom with a common area and kitchen with all residents in the suite.The suites are accessible from an interior common space. Suite style halls are reserved for upperclassmen students. Centennial Hall is organized into suites, but each resident has his/her own bedroom.
Centennial Hall opened in 2003 and houses both male and female upperclassmen students with a capacity of just over 80 students. Most apartments are a four-person, complete with a full-size kitchen, living room and two bathrooms. Kitchens are equipped with a microwave, stove, dishwasher and refrigerator. Each student has a single bedroom. Every floor has a lobby and two study rooms. Laundry rooms are located on the second and third floor of the building.
Thomas Berry Hall is a women's residence hall named for Martha Berry's father. The building consists of 2, 3, 4, and 6 person suites. All but the 3 person suites are equipped with kitchens. The kitchens are equipped with microwaves, stoves, dishwashers, and refrigerators. The 3 person suites are equipped with bathrooms. A study lounge and public kitchen and laundry room are located on the fourth floor, accessible by elevator. A study room/lounge is located on the first floor.
The Townhouses house men and women and has a capacity of 120 students. The Townhouse area consists of 16 buildings. 12 of these buildings contain 2 four-person suites that are equipped with a kitchen and bathroom. The kitchens are outfitted with microwaves, stoves, ovens, dishwashers and refrigerators. 4 of the Townhouses contain 4 six-person suites that are equipped with two bathrooms and a kitchen. A laundry room and RA Office can be found in building F. The area also has a pavilion with picnic tables.