Our residence halls provide students with a variety of living options, including singles, doubles, triples, quads, and suite-style.
North Campus Residence Halls
Cleveland-Young International Center
- A special interest hall for students who hope to study abroad, international students, or students looking for an internationally-diverse living community.
- Co-ed residence hall open to upperclass students on a space-available basis with an application process.
- Single and double-occupancy rooms.
- Offers a study, kitchen, TV lounge area, and laundry facilities
- Cleveland-Young is a tight-knit community and residents often hang out in the lounge for game nights and study sessions.
- Features a variety of living options, including singles, doubles, and five- and six-person suites for upperclassman students
- Renovated in the late 1990s, Deerpath offers a small cafe, laundry facilities, an elevator to service its four floors and gallery space that shows student artwork on a rotating schedule.
- Home to the College's newspaper, The Stentor, and the commuter students' lounge.
Lois Durand Hall
- Referred to as “Lois,” Lois Durand is a co-ed hall housing primarily first-year students, including a theme community, in a number of doubles, triples, and quads. Returning students live in singles.
- Offers a large lounge with a study area and TV. Laundry facilities are also included inside the hall.
Middle Campus Residence Halls
Blackstone and Harlan Hall
- Blackstone and Harlan Hall are co-ed residence halls housing primarily first-year students in doubles with a few quads. Returning students live in singles.
- Modeled after buildings at Oxford, Harlan Hall and its twin, Blackstone, were completed in 1907.
- Its location on Middle Campus makes it ideal for access to the main buildings, classrooms, the Mohr Student Center, and the Donnelly and Lee Library.
South Campus Residence Halls
- Our newest residence hall, Moore Hall, opened in the fall of 2013 to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
- Moore Hall has the capacity to serve nearly four times as many students as its predecessor, the former Moore Hall.
- Residents have access to air conditioning, suite-style rooms, and private bathrooms.
- The building has a community kitchen attached to its large multi-purpose room, a great space for gathering with neighbors and attending hall events.
- Nollen is a co-ed hall housing primarily first-year students in doubles and triples. Returning students live in singles.
- Provides TV rooms/studies, a large community room, an elevator that services its four floors, a café that is open in the evening, and laundry facilities.
- Located on the South Campus Quad
- An energetic community with a diverse group of residents from all over the world.
- A co-ed residence hall housing upper-class students in singles and quads.
- Each quad (in Gregory, Roberts, and McClure) consists of two rooms divided by a private bathroom and closet area.
- Residents have access to the TV lounge/study on the main floor, as well as laundry facilities.