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
- New Dorm
What You Get
- Desk and chair
- Ethernet connection
- Phone jack
- Window coverings
The College owns a few off-campus apartments, which require an application process to get into. They are located at 3 Park Street, 24 Silver Street, and 17 Morgan Street.
Available for Rent
MicroFridge (minifridge with microwave), but only in dorms where this will not blow a fuse!
Did You Know?
- Most residence hall rooms are singles or doubles. There are also some triples and a few quads, and a small number of suites (a combination of singles and doubles in an enclosed area, with a shared private bathroom). Single rooms are reserved for juniors and seniors, with some available to sophomores who enter the singles lottery, which takes place towards the beginning of the school year. On-campus apartments, within residence halls, are also available to groups of three or four upperclasswomen. These include their own bathroom and kitchen facilities, plus at least two bedroom/living areas.
- Students have room keys (and sometimes closet keys) but no dorm keys! Why? To get into a dorm, you need to swipe your OneCard in the card reader outside the door.
- Seniors are guaranteed singles.
- North Mandelle Hall and Abbey Hall each have one floor designated as a quiet floor, which means that, in general, people are expected to keep their noise out of the hallways to a greater extent than is necessary on other floors. To get a room on a quiet floor, you must sign into the floor on dorm-choosing night.
- All residence halls are smoke-free and handicapped accessible.
- Why are there so many apartments within residence halls? These are the former HR (Head Resident) apartments. Each dorm had an HR, an adult who lived in the dorm and made sure things didn't get too wild. When this position was eliminated, the apartments were opened up to students.
- Students are big participants in Residential Life. Each floor has a Student Advisor and each dorm has a hall president; their jobs are to act as liaisons between students and Residence Life. They also plan floor and hall activities and are a valuable source of advice for first-year students.