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Lofting & Beds

Housing provides beds that can be lofted, bunked, or un-lofted. Housing staff do not loft or deloft beds prior to move-in, so some beds may already be lofted when you arrive. In most spaces, residents can change their bed configuration or request help from building staff. 

Configuration Options

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Lofted

Lofted beds provide 55 inches of space below the bed.

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Standard

Standard/unlofted beds can be adjusted up to 27 inches above the floor to allow for extra storage.

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Bunked

This configuration is not recommended at this time to allow roommates to maintain physical distance. 

DIY Instructions

In most spaces, residents can reconfigure their own beds. Find instructions for your building below and visit the Information Desk to check out rubber mallets. You may also submit a FixIt request after move-in to get help from facilities staff.  

Note: Some residents may need to reconfigure their beds before moving out in the spring.

Exceptions

Beds in some rooms cannot be altered due to space limitations. Once you have your final housing assignment, refer to the list below to see if there are any notes about your space.

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