Roselawn Houses-Housing Services - Carnegie Mellon University

Roselawn Houses

Roselawn Houses are located on the part of campus known as the Intersection, which features a number of vibrant and diverse housing communities and apartment styles that meet the ever-evolving needs of Carnegie Mellon's upper-class residents. The Intersection is the only residential area of campus that features five different housing communities with the bonus of a cohesive lived experience.

The 12 Roselawn Houses are located on a charming, private street, giving them a suburban neighborhood feel. Each house has three bedrooms, a private bathroom, kitchen, large living room, and a dining room. Roselawn houses are single gender and each house can accommodate five students.

Roselawn at a Glance

ROOM TYPES: Singles and doubles (five occupants per house)

CAPACITY: 60 residents


DEMOGRAPHICS: Upper-class students, female, male

AMENITIES: Laundry facilities, fitness room, common area lounge

Virtual Tours

Residence hall and apartment virtual tours and photos represent samples of rooms and amenities. Rooms and apartments may differ in layout, size, and configuration.

Roselawn Living Room

Roselawn Double

Room and Building Photos

Floor Plans

- Rooms
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Roselawn Housefellow
M. Shernell Smith
M. Shernell Smith
As the housefellow for many communities in the Intersection, she likes to refer to this part of campus as a "neighborhood of experiences."

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Roselawn Apartments
Facility Coordinator
Clif Stanford
A member of the CMU community for over 30 years, Clif manages the daily operations of housing facilities on the Hill as well as Doherty, Resnik, West Wing, and Donner.