The Baxter-DiGiovanni Living and Learning Center houses upperclassmen in apartment-style living suites.
Housing selection is done based on a point system, which takes into account a student's class standing, GPA, years lived on campus, previous years lived in the hall, and judicial background.
Each suite in Baxter-DiGiovanni is home to four resident students and has two bedrooms, a living room, and a bathroom. Each bedroom contains two bunkable beds, two wardrobes, a desk with chair and dresser. The living room is furnished with an additional built-in closet and countertop, two desks with chairs, a couch, a chair and an end table.
Two Resident Assistants (RA's) live in Baxter, one on the second floor and one on the fourth. Baxter-DiGiovanni has its own laundry facility, kitchenette, lounge and computer lab.
All furniture in Baxter is included with the room. There is no option to remove it; with the exception of couches provided the residents ask for and receive permission from their hall director.
Baxter-DiGiovanni is also one of two "wet" dorms on campus.