Best is a traditional corridor-style residence hall that features large rooms with big closets. Students enjoy a spacious lounge by the entrance for socializing and studying.
Lawson is a suite-style residence in which students live in single and double rooms clustered common living space shared by 10-12 people. Lawson is a large hall with a small-hall feel.
A classic hall with wood floors and moulding, Abbey provides a comfortable environment for students who identify as female.
A larger corridor-style hall, Burpee provides a variety of options for students to live in singles, doubles, triples and quads.
The college houses — London, Red, Grey, White and Yellow — offer independent apartment living for returning students. The five houses are on the periphery of campus and house students in apartments of two, three, four and five.
A gender-neutral hall, Danforth offers views of the wetlands, surrounding mountains and Mercer Field.
Our smallest residence hall, McKean Hall provides an environment conducive to building strong friendships and a close community.
Rooke offers apartment-style housing. Students live in singles and doubles in apartments of four or five people. Each apartment has a living room, kitchen and bathroom.
Shepard is a classic hall with a community feel. Students live in singles, doubles and triples.
A classic hall with wood floors and moulding, Colby houses graduate students. Most live in single rooms, though a limited number of gender-neutral doubles are available.
A small community with a great deal of shared common space, the Homestead houses 8-10 students.