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A community bathroom is a multi-user bathroom that is shared by multiple residents in a hall. Community bathrooms include multiple sinks in an open area, multiple individual toilet stalls and multiple individual shower stalls.
See below for a list of halls with community bathrooms.
A private bathroom is a bathroom attached to one bedroom. Only residents of the attached room have access to the private bathroom. Residents with private bathrooms are responsible for cleaning the bathrooms themselves.
A semi-private bathroom is a bathroom that is shared between two or more bedrooms. It is adjacent to the bedrooms and used only by the residents of that suite. Depending on the residence hall room configuration, usually 4-6 people share a semi-private bathroom. Residents who have a semi-private bathroom are responsible for cleaning it themselves.
See below for a list of halls with semi-private bathrooms.
A single-user bathroom is a private lockable bathroom containing a sink, a toilet and a shower. Any hall resident may access a single-user restroom, but they are used by just one resident at a time.
See below for a list of halls with single-user bathrooms.