BEDS & LOFTS

Multiple options exist for students to maximize floor space in the residence halls and apartments on-campus. To assist with this, Residence Life has provided loftable or bunkable beds in all on-campus residence halls and apartments. NOTE: Corps dorms are equipped with built-in furniture so lofts are not available for the Corps dorms. 

Review the bed, bunk, and loft options available to students on campus. Each style of loft or bunk below lists the specific residence halls and/or apartments they are in.

Halls that use junior loftable/bunkable beds: Aston, Dunn, Krueger, and Mosher

Junior Loftable/Bunkable Beds are twin-size and may be configured into a number of positions in order to provide flexibility as you arrange your room. If you choose to, you and your roommate may bunk your beds together, or you may create a “junior loft” with a maximum height of 34″ or a “tall loft” with a maximum height of 72.″ All materials for lofting or bunking beds are in the room. No additional materials need to be purchased.

If you choose to bunk or “tall loft” your beds, it is very important to always use the steel pins and the loft clips that are provided and to always use the metal stabilizer bar (locate it about 12″ from the ground). Use of the stabilizer bar for the “junior loft” (lower height bed, not using the two additional headboards) is not necessary. Although not required, we highly recommend the use of the provided guard rails to prevent possible falling out of the bed. All bed parts must remain inside the room. You will be responsible for any missing parts (including the steel pins and loft clips) when you move out of the room.

All twin-size mattresses are 36″ x 77″. It is important to understand that traditional twin mattresses are 75″, Texas A&M University’s mattresses are 77″ and Twin XL are 80″

View instructions on setting up and adjusting junior loftable/bunkable beds and installing the loft bed guardrail.

Halls that use twin-size junior lofts: Fowler, Hughes, Keathley, and Schuhmacher

Halls that use full-size junior lofts: Davis-Gary and Hullabaloo (single rooms only)

Apartments that use full-size junior lofts: Gardens and White Creek

Junior Loft Beds are either twin-size or full-size depending on where you live. They have a maximum height of 34″ allowing you to store items under your bed. Beds cannot be bunked.

All full-size mattresses are 54″ x 75″.

All twin-size mattresses are 36″ x 77″. It is important to understand that traditional twin mattresses are 75″, Texas A&M University’s mattresses are 77″ and Twin XL are 80″

View instructions for setting up and adjusting junior loft beds and installing the loft bed guardrail.

Halls that use medium lofts: Hart and Walton

Medium Loft Beds are twin-size and may be adjusted to multiple heights with a maximum height of 58″ in order to provide you with greater flexibility. However, they cannot be bunked.

All twin-size mattresses are 36″ x 77″. It is important to understand that traditional twin mattresses are 75″, Texas A&M University’s mattresses are 77″ and Twin XL are 80″

View instructions for setting up and adjusting medium loft beds and installing the loft bed guardrail.

Halls that use tall lofts: Appelt, Clements, Eppright, Haas, Hobby, Hullabaloo (double rooms, 2-person suites, & 4-person suites), Lechner, Legett, McFadden, Moses, Neeley, Rudder, Underwood, and Wells

Tall Loft Beds are twin-size and may be adjusted to multiple heights in order to provide you with greater flexibility, with a maximum height of 72″. The steel bed springs can be inserted into the posts at various heights. Beds can also be bunked.

All twin-size mattresses are 36″ x 77″. It is important to understand that traditional twin mattresses are 75″, Texas A&M University’s mattresses are 77″ and Twin XL are 80″

View instructions for setting up and adjusting tall loft beds and installing the loft bed guardrail.