Residence Life | 21 Room Furnishings and Information Nearly all of the rooms on campus are double occupancy. Each residence hall room is providedwith necessary furniture: bunk beds, chest of drawer(s), closet or wardrobes, desks, and desk chairs. Residents share a common lounge area outfittedwith DirecTV. Additionally, there is wireless Internet service in the entire building. Each building also has one or two laundry rooms that can be used by residents free of charge. Themen’s residence halls have extra-long twin beds. The women’s residence halls have standard twin beds, except for Johnson, Murphy, Jenkins, Wood Hall, plus the newhall, which have extra-long twin beds. Off-Campus Housing As a residential campus, most of our students enrolled in campus-based programs live on campus. Some upperclassmenwish to live in the local community. These students must be granted permission from the student life deans. Students who are living with their parents, married, enrolled part-time (six credit hours or less), or are at least 25 years old do not need permission to live off campus. Any student seeking permission to live off campus should complete an Off-campus application. Because we value the Universitymission and our testimony in the community, each student who lives off campus is expected to live by the Cedarville Covenant and Community Lifestyle Guidelines. Any questions about living off campus should be directed to your respective dean, Dean of Men, or Dean ofWomen. Townhomes Cedarville’s townhouses are owned and operated by the University. Each townhouse unit houses six students in three furnished bedrooms. Each unit also shares two bathrooms, a full kitchen, washer and dryer, and a furnished living room. In addition, each townhouse unit has wireless access. Students are permitted to remain in the townhouses during all breaks except Christmas. Additional charges will apply for students accepted to stay through the summer. Residence Hall curfewpolicies do not apply to townhouse residents.