Rancourt Hall


Rancourt Hall, which opened in the fall of 2007, has all the newest amenities and comforts of living at home. This co-ed building is designed for optimum privacy and intended to create an environment conducive for academic learning.

Each room is designed for two students and has two beds, two desks, two armoires, cable tv, and wi-fi & broadband internet. An adjoining double room is connected by a spacious bathroom with separate shower and toilet stalls, a large mirror and double sinks.

The building has its own laundry facilities, vending machines, and small lounge area with a TV. The fourth floor has a function room called “Treetops”, available for building gatherings, activities and events. A full time Resident Director resides on the first floor of this building and supervises and monitors the security of the facility.



Fortin Hall

The first residence hall built on campus, Fortin Hall underwent major improvements in the summer of 2010. New furniture was installed in all the rooms, the walls were repainted, and carpets and ceilings were replaced.

Fortin Hall can house 60 students with living space on the second, third, and fourth floors. Each double room has twin beds, two armoire, two desks, cable tv, and wi-fi & broadband internet. The first floor houses a full time resident director, a lounge, and a game room that includes two pool tables, a ping pong table, foosball, etc. A laundry room is available in the basement of the building. Fortin Hall is known as a major “gathering place” on campus for our resident students.


The Apartments


CM has two apartment complexes (built in 1975) with 10- four person apartments available for 40 students. Each apartment has four individual rooms, a common living room and bathroom/shower unit. Four to six people share this living space. Each room has a twin bed, an armoire, a desks, cable tv, and wi-fi & broadband internet. These rooms are usually sold in group of four and are co-ed.