George Mason University
George Mason University Mason
George Mason University

Upper-Class Students

With Seniority Comes Selection

As an upperclassman you will have more on-campus housing options, including suite- and apartment-style rooms. More single rooms are available if you need solitude to hit the books. You'll also find common areas, such as lounges and laundry, throughout the communities. ​Resident Advisors live on site, and they'll answer your questions and provide support.​ 

Rising juniors and seniors are not guaranteed housing, however, we do our best to provide housing to as many students as we can!

Mason students in a lounge

Mason students hang out in the Eastern Shore residence hall​. Lounges can be found throughout our residence hall communities​.

Suites

We have eight suite-style halls representing a variety of floor plans. Some suites have bedroom entries from the main hallway and share a bathroom with one other room. Others have hallway entrances, with two to four bedrooms, and up to four residents share a bathroom.

Bedroom options consist of doubles, singles, or triples. A handful of suites have kitchenettes (sink, microwave, small refrigerator). However, if you live in a suite, you must buy a meal plan.

Suite-style buildings include:

Apartments

Slightly more than half of our residential upper-class students live in one of our five apartment-style complexes, which have a variety of floor plans. These fully furnished units have full kitchens, dining areas, living rooms, bathrooms, and a combination of bedrooms, ranging from two singles to two doubles and two singles. Most units house four people; some will be home to two, five, or six. All bedrooms are single, double, or triple occupancy.

If you live in an apartment, you can choose to buy a voluntary meal plan, but it's not required.

Apartment-style buildings include: