Bed Lofting & Bunking Requests
There are four main ways that beds on campus can be configured. Depending on the residence hall, some configurations may not be possible.
Available configurations are as follows:
|STANDARD HEIGHT||BUNKING||JUNIOR LOFT||HIGH LOFT|
|12" above floor||beds stacked||36" above floor||64" above floor|
|available in:||available in:||available in:||available in:|
|all halls||all halls||Bellarmine||Bellarmine|
|de Nobili||de Nobili|
|Marquette South||Marquette South|
*Loft availability may be limited by quantity and room configuration
In most cases, beds will be set at the standard height listed before students arrive.
The bunking and lofting request form is available beginning in mid-late July after final detailed assignments are issued to first year students.
Students always have the option of modifying their bed arrangements on their own (and do so at their own risk). If students need help modifying their beds after initial bed setups are complete, and the modification is not covered by one of the 3 reasons stated above, the assistance of 1 staff person can be requested through their RA. The staff person will assist the residents of the room in making the appropriate bed modifications (in most cases this will require one or two of the residents to help make the desired modifications).
PLEASE NOTE: Beds are a part of the university furniture included in your residence hall room. In accordance with Residence Life Policies and Procedures no furnishings, including university beds may be permanently altered or removed from your room. Additionally, in the interest of safety, beds may not be stacked on top of other furniture, cinder blocks, or the like, and non-university lofts are prohibited.