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Dorms, Suites, and Apartments

Upper Dorms

There are nine Upper Dorms: Meem, Driscoll, Murchison, Kirby, Anderson, McCune, Wagner, and Jones. Each Upper Dorm houses 13 to 17 students. Though there are a few single rooms in the Upper Dorms, most rooms are doubles. Some are grouped around a central sitting area.

Lower Dorms

There are seven Lower Dorms: Calliope, Clio, Euterpe, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, and Urania. There are three residences in the Winiarski Center: Ferdinand, Ariel, and Miranda. Each Lower Dorm houses 16 to 18 students. Most rooms are singles, with a few double rooms per dorm.


The Suites are eight five-room dorms, all with single rooms, which students select together with a group of friends (based on combined housing lottery results). Suites are single-sex and each has a small sitting room. Some suites have kitchenettes.

Campus Apartments

There are nine two-bedroom campus apartments designated for married students, students with special dietary or medical needs, and a few lucky seniors whose housing lottery numbers qualify them for these spaces. The campus apartments are not leased annually but contracted, like the dorms and suites, for the academic year.