Each house has a large common room, which adjoins the resident faculty apartments. The common rooms are comfortably furnished, provide kitchen facilities, and often have fireplaces. Students and the faculty resident together organize life in their own houses, planning everything from daily chores to fun activities. When you check into your house at night, a faculty adviser or the head of house welcomes you and asks about your evening.
Each house has its own character, and students from all forms live together. Rooms are single, doubles, or triples. In your first year you will most likely be placed in a double room with a roommate. Your room is fully wired for high-speed connections to the Internet and the School's intranet and email system.