On-Campus Housing Available?
Campus Housing Capacity
Average Housing Costs
Freshmen Required to Live on Campus?
Undergrads Living On Campus
Number of Campus-Owned Apartments
What You Get
- Access to a kitchen equipped with microwaves, full-size refrigerators, stoves, sinks, counter space, and some individual storage units
- Desk and chair
- Ethernet connection
- Phone with voicemail
- Towel bar
Along College Avenue are 28 houses available for students who wish to move out of the dorms. To live in a theme house, students must apply and sometimes go through a consensus process. To live in a friendship house, a group of students must apply for the house as a group, and they will be considered according to their randomly-assigned lottery numbers.
Did You Know?
- With authorization, students are allowed to paint their rooms, and are even sometimes provided with paint and supplies.
- Students who live at Miller Farm care for a vegetable garden, chickens, beehives, a newly-planted orchard, cats, and more.
- Co-op, Polyglot, Whole Body Health, and Wellness Lifestyle halls are theme communities within residence halls open to all who are interested. Norwich is also home to Buddhist Hall.
- First-years are almost guaranteed to get doubles, which are available in all dorms. Singles, also available in all dorms, are used to accommodate resident assistants, students with special needs, and upperclassmen with good lottery numbers. There are a small handful of triples in extra-large rooms in Warren and Wilson, and East Hall offers a suite-style option. The beliefs of Egalitarian Friends (another word for Quakers) explains why all dorms are coed and mixed years with communal bathrooms.