Boreman Hall is split into two parts: Boreman North and Boreman South. Both are popular because they are extremely convenient to the Mountainlair and downtown classrooms.
Residents of Boreman enjoy a dining hall, multimedia classroom, TV lounges, and laundry rooms. The Mountainlair and Plaza are just across the street.
Boreman North is a four-story building on the downtown campus that houses 227 women in traditional-style rooms. Each wing contains single, double, and triple rooms with a community bath. Each floor has a lounge with flat screen t.v’s, a microwave, and a laundry room. Boreman North also has a recreation room with billiard and ping-pong tables, air hockey and foosball tables, flat screen t.v.’s and mailboxes located in the recreation room.
Boreman South is a courtyard-style building with several separate entries, and houses about 315 male and female students. This hall’s unique layout includes many double suites that open into a stairwell instead of a hallway. To review a list of connecting suites in Boreman South, click here. There are also traditional double and single rooms, with community bathrooms, in the “D” and “L” entries. While Boreman South is filled with mostly sophomore, juniors, and seniors, a limited amount of space is available for new students.