East Campus Suites

Barton College’s suite style co-educational residence hall, East Campus Suites, is the perfect living space for students. It features apartment-style living with 22 individual suites offering single- and double-occupancy bedrooms. Each suite accommodates up to four persons and, in addition to bedrooms, includes a living room, a kitchenette, and two full bathrooms. The kitchenettes are furnished with refrigerators, microwaves, double sinks, and spacious cabinets. Cable television and high-speed Internet is available in all suites. Amenities in the building include study lounges, a laundry facility, and a fully functioning kitchen on the first floor. It is also fully ADA compliant. Eligibility includes all seniors and juniors on the third floor and incoming first-year and current students in the Honors Program Community on the first and second floors.

Room dimensions: 9.5’ x 15.5’

View Floor Plan

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Items to Bring for Your Room

  • Pillow, Linens (Twin Size)
  • Alarm Clock
  • Plastic Bucket for Shower Supplies
  • Towels, Washcloths
  • Personal Grooming Supplies
  • Shower Shoes
  • Hair Dryer, etc.
  • Laundry Basket/Bag
  • Laundry/Cleaning Supplies
  • Sewing Kit
  • Raincoat/Umbrella
  • Eating Utensils
  • Can Opener
  • Computer
  • Study/Desk Lamp
  • Book Bag/Back Pack
  • Calculator
  • Office Supplies (Paper, Pens, Tape, Scissors, etc.)
  • First Aid Supplies/Medications
  • Wastebasket
  • Flashlight
  • Sports/Hobby Equipment/Bike
  • Posters
  • Coaxial Cable Extension for TV

These Items Are Also Permitted:

You are encouraged to contact your roommate prior to coming to avoid duplication of large items.

  • Plants
  • Iron
  • Television
  • Video Game Systems
  • Electric Fan
  • Electric Outlet Strip (with breaker switch.)
  • Microwave Oven (1200 Watts max.)
  • Refrigerator (max. 4 cubic feet.)


You are not permitted to bring the following items:

Toaster; toaster oven; firearms/weapons; pets other than fish; empty alcoholic containers (including bottle/can collections, etc.); candles; incense; fireworks of any kind; oil-burning lamps; halogen lamps; gas space heaters; single-outlet extension cords; hot plates/hot pots; window-unit air conditioners; George Foreman grills; fryers; crockpots.