Completed in 1986, these five buildings — Roser Hall, Malesardi Hall, Kalman-Posner Hall, Vidinghoff Hall, and Silbermann Hall — accommodate a total of 256 upperclass students. Each floor contains four suites accommodating four students each. Most suites include four private bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, and full bathroom facilities. There are a few suites that have one double room and two singles. Common laundry facilities are available within the center. On-grade suites are available for students with mobility needs.

Gateway Amenities

  • Independent living
  • Full kitchen (stove/oven, full size refrigerator, sink, cabinets and closet)
  • Cookware, dinnerware and silverware are not provided
  • Air conditioned
  • Singles are 7.10' x 10.10'
  • Closets 8' x 4.8' with sliding doors
  • Bedroom window dimensions 3.4' x 5'
  • Bedroom furniture provided bed, desk, desk chair and dresser
  • Common space area 18.6'x11.10' includes love seat, table and four chairs
  • Common space window dimensions 6.5'x7' (double window)
  • Full bathroom (2 sinks, large counter space, shower and toilet)
  • Flooring - grey carpet outside of "wet" areas (kitchen, bathroom)
  • Common laundry facilities located in Kalman-Poser
  • Computer lab with printer located in Roser
  • Nearby volleyball court
  • Bike racks
  • Parking located close to buildings
  • Located adjacent to the Grove, a remnant forest that dates to the 1770's
  • Cleaning, cleaning supplies and toiletries are the students responsibility in independent living areas
  • Window screens are not provided by the University