UNT's residence halls offer 3 styles of bathrooms; suite bathrooms, community bathrooms and pod bathrooms.
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- Suite Bathrooms
- Community Bathrooms
- Pod Bathrooms
- Bathroom accommodations for persons with disabilities
Suite bathrooms are contained within the bedroom unit, either between two double-occupancy rooms, two single-occupancy rooms, or shared by the two occupants of a private single suite. Residents with suite bathrooms do not have to leave their bedroom to make use of the bathroom space, and access to the bathroom is limited to the occupants of the room(s) that connect to the area. Residents with a suite bath configuration are responsible for the cleaning of the bathroom space and must provide their own paper products. Due to state fire code, suite bathroom doors are not able to be locked. Occupants on either side of the bathroom are not able to lock the doors to prevent access while using the bathroom; thereby creating a suite of rooms. Suite bathrooms are the most common type of bathroom in the UNT Housing system and are found in the following halls: Clark Hall, Crumley Hall (which has a mix of suite and community bathrooms), Honors Hall, Kerr Hall, Legends Hall, Maple Hall, Mozart Square, Santa Fe Square, Traditions Hall, Victory Hall, and Rawlins Hall.
A community bathroom is a room on a hallway that contains multiple shower, toilet and sink fixtures. Showers are individually enclosed by partition walls and an entrance curtain; toilets are stall-type, with stall walls and doors; sinks basins are in a shared space within the bathroom. Residents must leave their room to make use of the community bathroom. Community bathrooms are cleaned on weekdays by UNT Housing custodial staff and are supplied with paper products for resident use. Community bathrooms are found in the following halls: Bruce Hall, Crumley Hall (which has a mix of suite and community bathrooms), and West Hall.
Pod bathrooms are a set of individual bathrooms that are grouped together in a “pod” on the hallway. Each pod bathroom is for private use and residents are able lock the door to the bathroom upon entering the space. Pod bathrooms are equipped with shower and toilet fixtures. ADA accessible pod bathrooms include a sink basin. Sink counters and mirrors are located in the public space on the corridor adjacent to the bathrooms and are “community style”. Residents must leave their room to make use of the pod bathroom. Pod bathrooms are cleaned on weekdays by UNT Housing custodial staff and are supplied with paper products for resident use. Joe Greene Hall is the only hall that has Pod style bathrooms.
Bathroom accommodation options for persons with disabilities
Bathrooms within the residence halls are able to provide accommodations for persons with disabilities. Different bathroom types within each building may determine how individual bathroom accommodation requests are able to be met. For example, a building that offers suite bathrooms is able to offer options that differ from a residence hall with community or pod bathrooms.
Accommodations related to bathrooms include:
• Semi-private/private bathrooms
• Roll-in shower transitions
• Installed shower seats, grab bars and handheld showerheads
• Installed grab bars in toilet area/stall
• Sinks with available knee space for roll-up wheelchair access
• Turnaround clearance within the bathroom for wheelchair users