Bed Lofting and Bunking Information
Due to safety considerations, the university policy does not permit residents to construct their own bed lofts or bunks for use in the residence hall rooms. All beds are set to the Junior Loft Height for initial check in unless the resident requests otherwise.
Space configurations in some rooms on campus require beds to be bunked, high lofted, or junior lofted.
All beds at Stratford Heights are fixed at the junior loft height due to suite configurations.
All triple rooms are set up as two bunked beds and one junior loft
Where is lofting and bunking available?
Lofting and bunking is available in the following halls:
What options are available?
The university is able to offer many bed loft options, free of charge. With the link below, you can fill out an online form to have your bed in the following configurations:
- Fall 2015 lofting requests can be submitted at step 2 in the housing application. Click here to submit a fall 2015 lofting request form.
- Requests to lower a High loft, Junior loft and Bunked Beds are always accepted from residents via email to the Housing Office.
Should you decide to have your beds bunked, both you and your roommate will need to return the form indicating that the beds are to be bunked. We are unable to bunk beds if only one roommate returns the form.
WARNING: Attempting to loft your bed without the proper equipment and parts may place you at risk of severe injury.
How do I request a loft?
The request period for Bunk Beds and High Lofts for Spring 2015 has now closed. Requests to lower beds may be emailed to email@example.com. Fall 2015 lofting requests can be submitted at step 2 in the housing application. Click here to submit a fall 2015 lofting request form.
If you have any additional questions regarding the beds and lofting or if you are unable to submit your form online, please contact Housing & Food Services.