If you're looking for a traditional residential environment, Baylor offers five excellent choices primarily for first-year men and women. All facilities include free high speed Internet and cable TV in all rooms, areas for study, community bathrooms and laundry facilities. Some residence halls also include a residential restaurant.
Freshmen can choose from these halls when completing their Housing Preference Form.
The largest traditional residence hall for women is Collins Hall, housing 590 students. It includes moveable furniture and sinks in each room as well as the Collins residential restaurant on the first floor.
Home to 182 freshmen, Kokernot houses both traditional residents as well as the Engaged Learning Groups. Kokernot Hall has movable furniture.
A male residence hall housing 320 students. Martin Hall features movable beds and sinks in each room as well as a workout room in the basement.
North Russell Hall
North Russell Hall houses 475 women. It features built-in furniture and sinks in each room, a large lounge and courtyard, and a central location with close proximity to Penland residential restaurant and Moody and Jones Libraries.
Baylor's other traditional residence for men is Penland Hall, housing 530 students. It includes the Penland residential restaurant on the first floor and features built-in furniture and sinks in each room.
South Russell Hall
South Russell Hall is currently scheduled to undergo significant renovations for the 2013-2014 academic year and will be unavailable for assignment.