Schottenstein Residence Hall
Schottenstein Residence Hall was built in 1986 and has functioned as a residence hall from its inception. Approximately 232 first-year students, 8 resident advisors and one professional reside in Schottenstein Residence Hall during the academic year. During the summer it is used to house college guests attending various programs.
Schottenstein Residence Hall is a suite-style residence hall with four residents per suite. Each suite consists of two bedrooms, a common area and a shared bathroom. Please see the images below for the layout of a typical suite.
Schottenstein Floor Plans:
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- Four beds – metal or wooden depending on room
- Two wardrobes – one per bedroom / two residents
- Three workstation areas
- Four stools – one per resident
- Four lockboxes – one per resident
- Waste baskets
- Free local phone service (one phone number per suite; phone provided)
- Free broadband Internet connection (wired and wireless)
- Free basic cable service in bedrooms
Residence Hall Provides:
- Residence Life staff
- Card and coin-operated laundry facility
- Ventilated spray booth
- Common lounges with TVs (free basic cable service provided) and DVD players
- Campus Fitness Center
- Bed linens for XL twin mattress (6 ft. 8 in. X 3 ft.)
- Clothes hangers
- Alarm clock
- Answering machine (if desired)
- Desk lamp
- Light cooking accessories
- Mini-refrigerator (one per bedroom; 4.0 cubic feet max.)
- Microwave per suite (one per suite)
- 60 watt light bulbs
- Toilet tissue
- Headphones for stereo
You are welcome to bring an additional shelving/storage unit or comfortable chair. Please note, however, that you may not obstruct the window units or the pathway to the door. Also, your additional items may not infringe on the personal space of your roommate. Finally, nothing can be permanently attached or nailed into the walls of the room; all items must be freestanding or be able to be attached by tape that will not damage the surface of the walls (i.e. masking tape).
You and your roommate are also able to have a small refrigerator unit in your bedroom (one per bedroom only). It should be no larger than 4.0 cubic feet. Also, you may have one microwave that is shared by all four suite occupants. Please coordinate with your roommates regarding who will be bringing which appliances.
Students are welcome to bring bicycles and bike locks. CCAD provides bike racks in front of the Schottenstein Residence Hall. We highly recommend U-locks for all bikes on campus.
Student May Not Bring:
- Candles or incense
- Weight lifting equipment
- Pets (only fish in a 10 gallon or less aquarium are permitted)
- Large compressed air containers
- Weapons (including martial arts)
- Additional furniture
- Alcohol or drugs
- Empty or decorative alcohol containers
For your reference, download Schottenstein Residence Hall information here.
95 N. Ninth St.
Columbus, OH 43215
Residence Life Contact:
email I housing AT ccad DOT edu l 614.222.3294 I fax 614.222.4040