The Lothian Residence Hall features same-gender rooms where residents share common hallways. Each hall has separate men's and women's bath/shower facilities.
The wings at Lothian Residence Hall were once known as East Lothian and West Lothian, built at different times and with slightly different room layouts. But in Scotland, there are actually three Lothians: East Lothian, Midlothian and West Lothian.
Together, the Lothians, as they’re known locally, are home to Edinburgh, the country’s capital, and the stunning Rosslyn Chapel, featured prominently in the book and film version of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. Among the legends surrounding this 550-year-old gothic masterpiece: its sealed crypt holds either the Holy Grail or The Ark of the Covenant…or maybe both.
Costs include the $250 First Payment and $60 Activity Fee. Students can pay in nine monthly or three quarterly installments. A Housing parking permit may be available at an additional cost. View payment schedules for the current or upcoming year.