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Residence halls offer a variety of living styles for full-time students, including historic houses, two traditional corridor-style residence halls, and a suite-style residence hall, in addition to on-campus apartments. Full-time first-year students are required to live on campus for their first two academic years unless an exemption condition is met. When a student enters residence, he/she is housed according to where vacancies exist. After the first year, students can choose a room through the room selection process, which is based on a lottery system.  The housing contract is binding for one academic year.

Most residence halls have at least one peer Resident Assistant who lives there to help promote a positive atmosphere and assist the students in any way he/she can. All resident students are required to be on one of several meal plans offered by the College. On-campus residents living in apartments and meal plan optional residence halls are not required, but may choose to be on the apartment meal plan.

Off-campus housing, consisting of privately-owned and operated apartments and furnished rooms, is also available in the vicinity of the College campus.