Housing Options if I am a Rising Senior
To be considered a Senior-level student you must have 21.50 units by the start of Fall 2014 classes. Please read through the 2014-2015 Room Selection Eligibility page for more information regarding qualifications for participating in Room Selection.
The Annex housing option for room selection is reserved for senior-status students only. No group is guaranteed selection to an Annex during room selection. Selection is solely based on the combined sum of the group members' lottery numbers. Click the name of an Annex for more building specific information such as room arrangements and amenities.
|507 Erie St. Annex*||7||Female|
|416 Erie St. Apartments*||8||Female|
|416 Cass St. Annex||6||Female|
During room selection, senior-status students are able to apply for College-owned apartments. There are four apartment options that range from two to six person. No one group is guaranteed an apartment. Selection is solely based upon the combined sum of the group members' lottery numbers. Click the name of an apartment for more building specific information such as room arrangements and amenities.
|Briton House Apartments||4 person apartments||Male or Female|
|Burns St. Apartments||2 person apartments||Male or Female|
|The Mae*||4 or 6 person apartments||Male or Female|
|416 Erie St. Apartments*♦||6 person apartment||Female|
* Students must be in "good standing" socially and academically to be eligible for these options. A waiver is required (so the Office of Residential Life can access your records through Student Affairs) when applying for these options.
♦ Due to the occupancy of the two 416 Erie Street Apartments, the 8-person apartment (second-level unit) will be applied for during the annex application phase of room selection and the 6-person apartment (first-level unit) will be applied for during the apartment application phase of room selection.
Special Interest Housing
Dean Hall is a women's cooperative housing unit open to sophomore through senior-status students. As a cooperative, Dean offers a unique community living experience. This includes regular community gatherings, shared meals, and other responsibilities as determined by the women living in the house. All residents are required to be on the Dean Hall board plan.
For more information and to access the application, visit the Dean Hall page.
The College Environmental House is a living-learning environment centered around sustainability and minimizing environmental impact. Residents of the E-House must also enroll in a designated course in environmental sustainability. Men and women may apply.
Gender Neutral Housing
The Gender Neutral Housing option is designed for students interested in advocating for gender awareness. Men and women reside as housemates in the annex with the intent to create a gender inclusive community.
I-Space is the living-learning component of the Modern Languages and Cultures curriculum. Language students have the opportunity to hone their language skills by residing with native speakers and other students in their major or minor. Residents also participate in cultural activities open to the campus community.
Ingham Hall is a small residence hall housing 13 women of junior and senior status. There are five double-occupancy rooms that are available during the room selection process. Residents of Ingham Hall are required to be on the College Board Plan. For more information regarding room arrangements and house amenities see the Ingham Hall page.
Mitchell Towers and Whitehouse Hall are two residence halls within the "suite-style" housing option. Both halls have two double-occupancy bedrooms connected by a common bathroom (gender specific). There are common areas on each floor that offer opportunities for studying or socializing. Within each hall, Residential Life student staff work to create thriving communities. Students residing in Mitchell Towers and Whitehouse Hall are required to be on the College Board Plan.
Students must sign up in groups of four for this housing option. Selection is based upon the group's combined (sum) lottery number.
General Room Selection
The general room selection is the final phase of the room selection process. The rooms available for selection during this phase are determined at the completion of all other phases and are based on the remaining students' need for housing assignments balanced with the need for space to assign housing to the incoming first-year class. A selected number of returning students will be assigned to Wesley Hall during this process. The available Seaton Hall rooms are currently being set aside for incoming first-year students.
Questions, please contact us.