The living spaces on campus are good, but there are certainly issues. There is a variety of types of living accommodations, ranging from the standard 4-bedroom suites, to the disability-accessible 3-bedroom (or 2-bedroom, depending on the dormitories) suites on each floor, to 1 and 3-bedroom apartments, to single-room studio suites. The most prominent problem is overcrowding; with the growing influx of students coming in every fall, accommodation space is becoming an increasing premium. Plans are underway to alleviate this, but nothing major has gone into effect as of yet. Central Campus Residence Hall has frequent issues with hot water, ant infestations are present across most housing, and the wireless signal service is often spotty at best.