There are many dorms to choose from at North Carolina A&T, with at least three on each side of campus (North, East, and South). Most dorms have a lounge on each floor that residents can use for studying, relaxing, watching TV, or playing personal video game systems. Haley Hall, Morrison Hall, and Morrow Hall are women-only dormitories, and Cooper Hall is a men-only dormitory. The largest dorm is Aggie Village, which is in the center of the campus. The newer halls are Pride Hall, Aggie Village, and Aggie Suites, and they are the most popular. In these halls, residents are assigned a double-occupancy room with one roommate or a private, single-occupancy room.
Although some may feel as if the dorms are rather expensive, many are satisfied with their housing situations. The rooms are more spacious in the newer dorms and in some older dorms, but in others, particularly, the older dormitories, the rooms can be relatively small. In some dorms, you may only have to share a bathroom between two to five people. However, in traditional-style dorms, you may have to share a restroom with an entire hall. Visiting a significant other can also be a hassle because anyone who doesn't live in that dorm must be signed in as a guest, and the single-gender dorms abide by this policy the most. The Residence Assistants are usually very friendly and understanding, but there are some that are more strict than others. If you want to live on campus, aim for Aggie Village, Pride Hall, or Aggie Suites since they are the newest.