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Residence Halls

#DormLife

It's the hallmark of a university experience. And we're all about making yours as supportive (and fun!) as possible. We find that students who live on campus have greater academic success and get more involved with the campus community. So we're committed to offering you ways to do both.

Halls of fame

Every residence hall and apartment complex is unique. They each have their own layouts, traditions, and diverse mixes of students. We'll assign you a dorm room and put you in touch with your new roommate prior to move-in. That's when the fun begins.

Emry Hall

Emry Hall

This co-ed hall is reserved primarily for first-year students engaged in the FYRE program.

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Higbie Hall

Higbie Hall

Higbie is a co-ed hall for FYRE students.

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Richardson Hall

Richardson Hall

The largest residence hall on campus, this co-ed dorm primarily houses upper-class students.

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Zimmermann Hall

Zimmermann Hall

Zimmermann is the only hall that isn’t co-ed. It houses FYRE students and first-time college students.

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The Courtyard

The Courtyard

Opened in 2017, this one-floor hall houses 107 students who are in at least their second year.

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8-Plexes

8-Plexes

This apartment style complex is located three blocks north of the main campus. These units are for students who are at least in their second year.

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Girton House

Girton House

The Girton House is the former residence of the president of the university. Residence life has been placing second year honor’s students there since the fall semester of 2018.

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Van Eps Place

Van Eps Place

Van Eps Place is located four blocks SW of the main campus. Residence life began placing third year and above students there during the fall semester of 2019.

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Ready? Here's your cheat sheet

Ever lived in a building with hundreds of your friends? There's some do's and don'ts in the form of what to bring and what to skip (sorry, Fluffy).