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All sophomores, juniors and seniors in good standing are eligible to participate in these unique housing opportunities in communal housing with students who share their values.

International House

The International House, managed by the Office of International Education, provides housing to new and returning international students, as well as American students who apply to live in this unique, diverse atmosphere. Programming in the International House promotes cultural diversity and understanding among all students on campus. 

The Multicultural House

The Multicultural House is home to students who celebrate diversity and seek to live among students who express this commitment with their housing choice. Residents are selected through an application process. The house, located on Center Street, holds up to six students and is furnished with the same furniture found within Residence Halls.

The Pride House

The Pride House celebrates the LGBTQ+ community, though you do not need to identify as part of the community to live here. The house holds approximately 16 students in singles and triples. Programming focuses on issues relevant to LGBTQ+  students, and therefore, residents are required to act as a supportive, inclusive ally to everyone living in the house. 

  • Common areas include a living room, study room, dining room and kitchen.
  • There are two community style bathrooms. 
  • Each bedroom has a bed, desk, dresser and wardrobe.

Fraternity and Sorority Housing

About 20% of students are members of Fraternities and Sororities, and many choose to live with their sisters and brothers. Currently, the following organizations have on-campus housing:

  • Alpha Gamma Delta
  • Delta Zeta
  • Kappa Alpha Order
  • Kappa Alpha Theta
  • Kappa Sigma
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon*
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • Theta Chi

If you are interested in living in one of the houses, you can speak with the Chapter President or House Manager.

*This house is not owned, maintained, or managed by the College. Payments, housing concerns, and maintenance is managed through the local House Corporation