Loft Guidelines | Clemson Home


Loft Guidelines

What’s a Loft?

A loft is a raised frame built up from the floor to hold a bed. Students like lofted beds because they provide more floor space for things like futons and TV’s.

Are lofts provided?

Clemson Home is committed to providing you with a safe and comfortable living environment.

Bed furniture provided by University Housing used in the suites, apartments, Fraternity and Sorority Housing, Bryan Mall (with the exception of Lever Hall), Core Campus Buildings A, C & D, Shoeboxes and Johnstone are bunk-able and/or loft-able. Therefore, use of outside lofts (purchased or rented) are not permitted in these areas. These areas include Byrnes, Core Campus Buildings A, C & D, Manning, Mauldin, Holmes, McCabe, Johnstone, Stadium Suites, Shoeboxes, Smith and Barnett Halls, all campus apartment areas and all buildings in Fraternity and Sorority Housing on the Quad.

If you are assigned to Lever Hall, you and your roommate may want to consider renting a loft from Collegiate Concepts or Timbernest because the bed frames provided do not allow you to adjust the height of the bed frame. If you are assigned to an interior room in Lever Hall, you will not need to rent a loft because your bed is bunk-able and/or loft-able.

Raised platform floors, bed risers or other physical space alterations are not allowed in any University-owned housing. Also, personally constructed lofts are prohibited in University Housing.

Please contact University Housing if you have any questions about this policy.

University Approved Loft Vendors

  • For more information on how to rent a loft from an approved University vendor, see below: