Housing options available to upper class students are as follows:
- Hausdoerffer and Phelps Halls
- Townhouses South
- Townhouses West
- Townhouses East
- College Houses
Hausdoerffer and Phelps Halls
Phelps Hall and Hausdoerffer Hall, opened in 2009, are the first apartment complexes on our campus. Twin buildings, each building has 40 air-conditioned apartments housing approximately 200 students. The units are mostly 5 bedroom (3 singles and 1 double), partial kitchen, living room, bathroom, and an extra vanity sink.
Other features of these apartments include a large community lounge as well as a study lounge in the laundry room, equipped with cable television.
The units have a semi-private courtyard and share a grassy park.
Townhouses South and East
Townhouse West, (built in 1995) and South (built in 1998) accommodate upper-class students. Each unit houses 10 students, all with single bedrooms. Each townhouse is air-conditioned and has a main living room. There is a bathroom, shower, full refrigerator, microwave, on all three floors with a common area sink.
On the first floor of each townhouse there is a furnished house lounge, including a table, chairs, sofa and love seat.
Laundry facilities, hall offices and main lounges (with a full kitchen) are available in the complex as well.
The College Houses, although physically located off-campus, are still considered on-campus housing for residential students. There are 12 houses in total, with 3 of them located on Carlton Avenue and the other 9 located on Pennington Road. The College Houses are maintained by the Trenton State College Corporation .