What's in the name?
The original Residence Halls at UC Riverside were named after two Scottish cities linked by the famed Aberdeen-Inverness railway. The line stretches from Aberdeen, Scotland’s third-largest city, located on the coast of northeast Scotland, to Inverness in the Highlands.
Originally, Aberdeen, A and B wings, was all male. Inverness, D and E wings, was all female. By the early 1970s, the twin-residences became fully coeducational.
The most common living arrangements in the Residence Halls are double-occupancy rooms. Double rooms are same-gender.
Offered at a discounted rate, a limited number of triple-occupancy rooms are available. Triple rooms are same-gender and include a bunk-style bed or a loft space.
Can I Live Here?
|Incoming Freshman||✓ ELIGIBLE|
|Continuing Students||✗ INELIGIBLE|
|Transfer Students||✗ INELIGIBLE|
|Graduate Students||✗ INELIGIBLE|
|Student with Family||✗ INELIGIBLE|
- Utilities included
- Twin bed, extra long
- Desk and chair
- High-speed Internet
- Basic cable
- Phone jack
- Choice of Dining Plan
- Co-ed community
- Same-gender rooms
- Shared common hallways
- Community bath (same gender)
- Computer lab
- Television lounges
- Study lounges
- Fitness center
- On-site Residential Restaurant
- Home to 900+ residents
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