A sleeping room, or a building containing a series of sleeping rooms; a sleeping apartment capable of containing many beds; esp., one connected with a college or boarding school.
a large room containing numerous beds
a college or university building containing living quarters for students
a large sleeping room containing several beds
an example of group quarters housing
a residential building where group sleeping accommodations are provided for persons not members of the same family and where the number accommodated exceeds that allowed in a dwelling unit in the district
Student living quarters on residential campuses. May include dining halls and classrooms.
a campus building that serves as a residence for many students providing them with sleeping and living accommodation. Dormitories or residences may be for women only, men only or for both ("co-ed").
Housing that is only used by registered students of a specific college or university.
The room in a boarding house where a number of boarders sleep (often called a ‘dorm'). The number of beds varies within and between boarding schools, ranging from three or four up to about eight.
Residence halls (called dorms, for short) that students live in on campus. Each room generally accommodates two students. Bathrooms can either be private or shared among a number of students. Students living in dorms eat their meals at a central location on campus or in on-campus restaurants. Some dormitories are single sex, which means all male or all female residents live in them.
a room for sleeping in with several beds
Also called “dorms,” dormitories are living facilities designed to house students. A cafeteria is often located in the same building.
A campus building where students live. Food service, social and educational activities are provided. Some colleges require students to live in residence halls for a certain amount of time.
See Residence Hall.
(noun) a residence hall providing rooms for individuals or for groups usually without private baths
school-owned housing, with a number rooms for one (not usually), two, or sometimes three or more students. More formally called “residence hall
The room where the choir monks slept
Also called â€œdorms,â€ are housing facilities on the campus of a college or university for students. This may include student rooms, bathrooms, common rooms, dining area and a cafeteria.
multiple-bed room at boarding school
Sleeping facility for a large number of people, commonly used in colleges.
Dormitory typically refers to sleeping quarters or buildings primarily housing sleeping quarters for large numbers of people, often college students.