Andrews Hall provides an all-female option for many of our first-year and second-year students. Many of the residents living in Andrews are equine majors, and the campus shuttle that transfers students to and from the equestrian center picks up and drops off students outside of Andrews Hall.
Named for Tracy H. Dickinson '78, students living in one of the three floors of Dickinson Hall have the opportunity to socialize with both male and female students, while having the comfort of single gender restrooms. Have free time alone in your room? Look out your window and see if a soccer game is going on! Dickinson also offers a lounge on the first floor for students to study or watch TV.
Fowler Hall usually provides an all-male option for many of our first-year and second-year students. The spacious living areas have allowed students to customize their common spaces as areas to both study and build community.
Set up almost identically to Fowler, Ritter Hall offers students in their first or second year at Lake Erie College the opportunity to gather in community spaces with both male and female students while having the comfort of single gender restrooms. Conveniently located close to the Holden Student Center, students are within minutes walking distance from the dining hall, classroom buildings and the athletic center.