Students and visiting scholars can live on the campus of the Schiller Coastal Studies Center in cabin rooms or a small cottage designed for longer stays.

Three 1,800-square-foot cabins, with six bedrooms apiece, and a 950-square-foot cottage were also designed to passive house standards. Each cabin room can accommodate up to two people. The cabins were built for undergraduate students or visiting scholars.

The small residential house has two bedrooms and three beds, and can host longer-term researchers and their families.