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Campus Apartments & Houses

College Avenue Apartments provides transitional housing opportunities to junior and senior students.

  • Houses 34 students in private bedrooms
  • 12 two-bedroom apartments
  • 10 single-bedroom apartments 
  • Co-ed by individual apartment
  • All apartments are air conditioned

Campus houses

1051 W. College Avenue houses up to seven students, and can be co-ed. Students apply to live in the house through the Office of Residential Life and must complete the Campus House specialty housing application by the spring deadline to be considered for the house the following fall semester. Students must have completed two semesters of college coursework after high school to be eligible to live in a campus house. Includes central air, all utilities, as well as Wi-Fi and cable. 

1055 W. College Avenue  houses up to seven students, and can be co-ed. Students apply to live in the house through the Office of Residential Life and and must complete the Campus House specialty housing application by the spring deadline to be considered for the house the following fall semester. Students must have completed two semesters of college coursework after high school to be eligible to live in a campus house. Includes central air, all utilities, as well as Wi-Fi and cable. 
 
1059 W. College Avenue houses up to seven students, and can be co-ed. Students apply to live in the house through the Office of Residential Life and and must complete the Campus House specialty housing application by the spring deadline to be considered for the house the following fall semester. Students must have completed two semesters of college coursework after high school to be eligible to live in a campus house. Includes central air, all utilities, as well as Wi-Fi and cable. 

1001 Edgehill Road houses up to five students, and can be co-ed. Students apply as a group to live in the house through the Office of Residential Life during the specialty housing application period. Students must have completed two semesters of college coursework after high school to be eligible to live in a campus house.

1003 Edgehill Road houses up to four students, and can be co-ed. Students apply as a group to live in the house through the Office of Residential Life during the specialty housing application period. Students must have completed two semesters of college coursework after high school to be eligible to live in a campus house.

1006 Edgehill Road houses up to five students, and can be co-ed. Students apply as a group to live in the house through the Office of Residential Life during the specialty housing application period. Students must have completed two semesters of college coursework after high school to be eligible to live in a campus house.
  
1012 Edgehill Road houses up to six students, and can be co-ed. Students apply as a group to live in the house through the Office of Residential Life during the specialty housing application period. Students must have completed two semesters of college coursework after high school to be eligible to live in a campus house.

407 Gladstone Street houses up to five students, and can be co-ed. Students apply as a group to live in the house through the Office of Residential Life during the specialty housing application period. Students must have completed two semesters of college coursework after high school to be eligible to live in a campus house.
 
Fayerweather House is a gender-inclusive living community on campus.  The house has occupancy for up to 16 individuals and is part of the specialty housing application process.  Students apply to live in the house through the Office of Residential Life before the returning student group sign-up sessions.  In recent years, Fayerweather has been a top choice for students wanting an especially close-knit and inclusive living space on campus.