What's in the name?
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.
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||✓ ELIGIBLE|
|Transfer Students||✓ ELIGIBLE|
|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 bathroom (same gender)
- Computer lab
- Television lounges
- Study lounges
- Fitness center
- On-site Residential Restaurant
- Home to 1,000+ residents
- Amazon Lockers