College Housing

Campus housing is guaranteed each academic year of a student’s enrollment. All students are required to live in College housing unless they apply and are approved to reside in private off-campus housing or commute from their parents/guardians’ home. Ninety-five percent of students live in College-owned or operated housing.

Where you live on or off campus is a very personal and important factor in your experience at the College. Depending on your class year, you have the option of several different housing accommodations.

General Housing Information

No matter which housing option students choose, all fall under a certain set of guidelines and expectations. Here you will find general information related to the housing calendar, room rates, the housing contract, and safety and security.

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Residence Halls

Residence halls provide a number of accommodations, from traditional, community-type environments to more suite, and even apartment-style, halls. Some halls are single gender, while others may be co-ed by room, suite, floor, or wing. Students also have the opportunity to live in communities that are predominately one class year or a mixture of years.

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Thematic Living Groups

There are a number of opportunities for students to live in communities dedicated to certain thematic pursuits. These include the Living Learning Communities, Grossman House, Wellness, Special Interest Communities and McKelvy House.

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Greek Organizations

Each fraternity and sorority chapter has a dedicated house located on College property.

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Off-Campus Housing

Rising seniors who receive permission for the privilege of living off campus qualify for one of three programs intended to further prepare students for the responsibilities of community citizenship.

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