Constitution, Duber, and Federal halls are home to sophomore students, housing approximately 590 residents, on the University’s newest addition to the campus.
About The Hall
These buildings, located on East Campus, have mostly double rooms with private bathrooms. Each floor community has a central lounge space with a kitchen, lounge furniture, and television for students to study or socialize with their community. Each floor also has a laundry room. Steps away are Bleeker St. Café, a grab-and-go style food market; and the Don Meyers Technology & Innovation Building, a state-of-the-art facility for scientific research, collaboration, and learning.
Built with sustainability in mind, East Campus aims for LEED Certification with efforts taken to limit the amount of greenhouse gases emitted, produce less waste, and increase energy efficiency.
Personalize Your Room
Decorative and additional items can be purchased from the HRL coordinated vendors through our Personalize Your Room webpage. Each room will include the furniture noted on this webpage.
In-hall staff include Resident Assistants (RAs), an Assistant Community Director (ACD), and a Community Director (CD). East Campus’ RAs live in the buildings, acting as peer educators and helping residents connect to their community. The East Campus community has one CD, a professional staff member who works with RAs to foster a living-learning environment to bridge the academic and residential experience.
Bathroom in room
Two additional dresser drawers
Two coffee end table
Carpet free rooms
- Wi-Fi throughout building
Gender neutral bathrooms on each floor
Sink with garage disposal
Dining room table and chairs
- 24-hour front desk service
Printer in lobby
- Laundry rooms
Our virtual tours are representative of a given room type. Each space varies based on room sizes and dimensions. Each virtual tour includes some decorative items and a MicroFridge to show what the room looks like when occupied, but these items are not included in rooms.
Click below to view virtual tours of East Campus:
I have enjoyed working in East Campus this semester because our sophomore students are really invested in their experience here at AU. The students on East Campus are always working so diligently on their studies and are intentional about getting involved in internship and job experience.