About Ray Street Complex
Ray Street is close to everything: a five-minute walk from Main Street and the Trabant University Center and steps from the Little Bob. Ray Street is on the south side of the Laird walking bridge near Independence East & West and Pencader Dining Hall.
Ray Street residents live in two-room suites with a connecting bath. There is a sink in each bedroom, making it super convenient to get ready and get to class on time! Each suite has adjustable heat and air conditioning controls.
Floorplans and photos
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Navigate an example double suite in Ray St. Room types and floor plans may vary.
Building Information: Furniture & Specs
- All on-campus residence halls and apartments are smoke-free environments.
- Two-bedroom suites with connecting bath, include a bed (twin, extra-long) and a desk w/chair per occupant. Wardrobes, dressers and bookshelves may be shared.
- Rooms have off-white tiled floors and window shades.
- Close to classes in Willard, McDowell and Old College, and five minutes from the Trabant University Center.
- All rooms are air conditioned.
- Rooms have UD network connections.
- Ray Street beds are adjustable, The lowest setting leaves 10″ of space under the bed, if adjusted to the highest setting you will have 24″.
- Ray Street dressers measure 47″ high x 24″ wide x 20 ” deep. Each dresser has five drawers. Each drawer measures 20 1/2″ wide x 15 1/2″ deep.
- Ray Street has a fire alarm system and fire protection sprinklers.
- Ray Street toilets are wall mounted in the bathrooms and sinks are located in the bedrooms.
Residence Life & Housing is part of the Division of Student Life, which contributes and facilitates critical learning and development within healthy, inclusive and supportive communities, so that all students may thrive at UD and beyond.