Probably a stupid question? About dorms?

<p>Okay, just humor me…?</p>

<p>I know that most of the floors are coed (including the honors floors)…</p>

<p>So, does that mean that American has coed dorms as well? Or just that the floor is coed as a whole? I know of a few universities that have guys and girls on the same floor, but only pair guy/guy and girl/girl for dorms…as well as quite a few that have actual dorms that are coed, so I was just wondering. It doesn’t exactly say on the website. I chose not to go with an all-girl floor because I want to stay on an honors floor…but my parents are even more curious than I am, naturally. They asked and I couldn’t give them a 100% for sure answer. </p>

<p>Now you can laugh…</p>


<p>Are you asking whether a guy and a girl would/could be paired as roommates?</p>

<p>I'm not positive, but I don't think AU would choose to be that controversial.</p>

<p>That is what I'm asking, actually. Lol, and I would love to think that AU wouldn't choose to be that controversial. BUT...when I was doing my college search I came across a few that allowed guy/girl combo' I just wanted to be 100% certain before telling my parents that it was just a coed FLOOR. </p>

<p>Thanks ;)</p>

<p>yeah... coed rooms vs. coed floors. </p>

<p>I think when colleges say they have coed dorms they mean they have coed floors.</p>

<p>AU has coed floors, but not coed rooms.</p>

<p>However, there is a facebook group petitioning for the creation of coed rooms (i.e. gender neutral floors--i believe this also includes unisex bathrooms). Also, apparently, a senator from the student government is trying to push this bill. There's a facebook group about it, so you can check it out if you feel so inclined.</p>

<p>We'll see how that goes :).</p>