Residence halls provide a number of accommodations, from traditional, community type environments to suite and apartment-style halls. Some halls are single gender, while others may be co-ed by room, suite, floor, or wing.
Thematic Living Groups
There are a number of opportunities for students to live in communities dedicated to certain themes. These include the Living Learning Communities, Grossman House, Wellness, Special Interest Communities, and McKelvy House.
Each fraternity and sorority chapter has a dedicated house located on College property.
Rising seniors who receive permission for the privilege of living off campus qualify for one of two programs intended to further prepare students for the responsibilities of community citizenship.