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Yorktown Residence Hall – is named after the Battle of Yorktown in 1781 with the British, French and Americans - under George Washington. The Battle of Yorktown was one of the last battles fought in the Revolutionary War.

Typical Yorktown Hall Room Dimension: 11'' x 15'' (main room), 3'' x 9'' (entry way)

Yorktown is home to around 500 first year and upper-class students. The building consist of double rooms with a full bathroom, wireless and traditional internet. Each room includes; 2 desks, 2 dressers, 2 chairs, 1 armoire, 1 closet, and 2 double beds. Student have the convenience of 24/7 shuttle service to and from campus. During weekday classes there is an express shuttle that bring Yorktown residents directly to and from campus. Yorktown residents can also purchase a parking pass for Yorktown hall that access to lower Sewell lot.

Some of the great Yorktown amenities available to all RMU students include:

  • Yorktown Cafe
  • 3,700 sq. ft. Exercise Facility
  • Print Station
  • Group Study Lounges
  • Nursing Living/Learning Community Lounge
  • Available Programming Space reserved through the Office of Student Life
  • Game rooms that include TVs, fuse-ball tables, pool tables and ping pong tables