Situated in historic buildings, our student residences offer a cozy, home-like setting.
The dorms (named Hinckley, Brethren’s, Neale, Meacham, and Ann Lee) are your home away from home, where you can relax and retreat. Dorm living affords students the opportunity to learn some of the most important skills for their adult lives: cooperative problem solving; respect for other people’s space and possessions; independence; personal responsibility.
Most of our student rooms are doubles or triples.
Four dorm “parents” (who are also faculty members) are assigned to each dorm.
One dorm parent is on duty each night to oversee fun activities, proctor study hall hours (from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm), supervise lights-out, and act as in-dorm parents for the students.