Cockrell-McIntosh Commons rooms are all slightly different from one another in shape/size. However, there are four basic configuration categories that all Cockrell-McIntosh rooms fall under. 

  1. Double Suite Style

    • These suites have two bedrooms that house two people each and there is a a shared bathroom and study area inside the suite. In these rooms you enter into the study room off of the main hallway and then the bedroom doors are off the study lounge.

  2. Triple Suite Style

    • These suites have three bedrooms that house two people each and there is a shared bathroom and study area inside the suite. In these rooms you enter into the study room off of the main hallway and then the bedroom doors are off the study lounge.

  3. Single-Double Suite Style

    • These suites have two bedrooms, one of which houses a single resident while the other bedroom houses two residents. There is a shared bathroom within the suite. These rooms do not have a study room in the suite. In these suites you enter into the bedroom from the main hallway.

  4. Classic Double (Most Common)

    • This style of room has two bedrooms, that houses two people each, and there is a private bathroom and a study room within the suite. In these suites you enter into the bedroom from the main hallway.

*Please note that not all rooms have a study room in them. It is suggested that you wait until you arrive and see your room before you plan out furniture/belongings for a study room area.