Schlarbaum, on the expanded east campus, is part of the new Coe Apartments which are reserved for juniors and seniors who maintain certain academic qualifications. Room assignments for the apartments are made through a number-draw system based on upper-class seniority.
Schlarbaum was built in 2000 and features an electronic classroom and computer lab, along with a laundry room.
All of the new Coe Apartments can accommodate up to 28 students, and most suites include four single bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a shared kitchen and living area. The Coe Apartments are equipped with modular bedroom furniture, kitchen appliances, and a dining room table with chairs. Students have the option of a variety of meal plans in the dining hall or preparing food on their own. Cable and Internet hookups are other included amenities.
The Schlarbaum House was named for donor and trustee Gary Schlarbaum '65 and his wife Ruthanne '67 Schlarbaum.