Thinking about attending the Academy of Culinary Arts this Fall? One of the choices you will have to make is where you would you like to live. Why not choose one of our state-of-the-art on-campus suites? Residential living has never been better, and these are definitely NOT traditional “dorms!”
Enjoy your own private bedroom (or a larger bedroom for two) and share a bathroom with only one other person. Bedroom amenities include bed, desk, dresser, and a large closet for each student. In addition, each bedroom has an individual lock for your security as well as high-speed Internet and cable. Bring your computer and television and you are ready to go!
No community bathrooms here! Each suite has two full bathrooms with separate sink and storage areas. Brush your teeth while your suitemate is taking a shower.
Like to hang out with your friends and suitemates? No problem. Each suite has a “living room” with couch, armchair, TV stand, end table, and coffee table along with cable and Internet access. The common area also includes a kitchenette with a full-size refrigerator, a microwave, and a pantry. What’s more, all of the suites have individually-controlled air conditioning and heating units. No need to worry about window or floor coverings either as every suite includes miniblinds and carpeting.
Living on campus brings countless opportunities to your doorstep. With a new world of neighbors, you can form close, lasting friendships with fellow students who share your interests. Our on-campus residences are designed to make gathering, studying, and socializing convenient. Everything you need is nearby.
Reservations for on-campus living will open soon for deposited Culinary Arts students. Be among the first to reserve a room in our Living Center on the Punxsutawney campus or in our brand new Fairman Centre (opening Fall 2009). Reservations will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. Space is limited to sixty students.