All students are encouraged to live on-campus during the program to provide a more immersive experience, however it is not required. Local students may commute to campus each day for classes. Please note that most summers, the vast majority (if not all) students do live in the dorms.
On-campus housing at Baldwin Wallace University consists of a co-ed dorm with double occupancy rooms. Rooms are air-conditioned and contain an extra-long twin bed, desk, chair, dresser, and wardrobe/closet. Hangers are not provided. The dorm has a shared kitchen, including a fridge and microwave.
Every student will have a roommate. Roommates are randomly assigned unless a student requests a roommate. In order for roommate requests to be honored, students must both request each other. Roommate requests will be honored when possible, but are not guaranteed. Room assignments will be made based on gender identity. Students of the same gender […]
Yes, students are welcome to bring cell phones, laptops, and tablets. ArtsBridge and Baldwin Wallace University do not take responsibility for lost or stolen items. Wi-fi is available.
Yes! Students will submit food allergies and dietary restrictions ahead of time and this information will be communicated to the dining hall to ensure that there is food for all students to eat.