It is considered an honor to live in one of the University’s prestigious rooms on the Range. Located in Mr. Jefferson's original buildings, the Academical Village, these single rooms are truly in the center of the University.
Living on the Range and in the Crackerbox rooms is reserved for graduate students. Each room is furnished with a bed, desk, wardrobe, bookcase, and rocking chair, and includes a closet and sink. There are blinds on the windows, and all rooms have a fireplace. While no air conditioning, kitchen, or study lounges are available, students can find whatever is needed just a few steps from their doors.
The rate for 2018-2019 is $7,030/academic year and the rate for 2019-2020 is $7,270/academic year. For more information about life on the Range and the application process, please refer to the Range website.
Notice to Range Residents: Please do not bring firewood from home! Due to the risk of infestation by the Emerald Ash Borer, all firewood must be purchased locally.
Due to State Fire Marshal requirements, lofts and other furniture in Range rooms must comply with the Lawn and Range Loft Furniture Guidelines as stated in the Addendum to the Terms & Conditions for Lawn and Range Residents.
Amenities & Furnishings
Bed with twin-size mattress (76"L x 36"W)
Secretary desk with chair
Built-in sink closet
Window blinds (must be left in place)
Wireless connection to the University's computer network
No air conditioning
Old Cabell Hall
Newcomb Hall Movie Theater
West Range Café
Laundry facilities (East Lawn)