Residence Halls

We encourage students to live on campus if they can. Beyond being convenient, living on campus has also been shown to help students succeed both academically and emotionally in the fast-paced college environment. If you are interested in living on campus, please complete the housing application as soon as possible. Learn more about the housing-application process for incoming new students or current/returning students

The College offers a variety of living options, from traditional rooms and apartments to beautiful historic homes. As outlined below, some of the halls and the historic houses are reserved for returning students and some halls are for first-year students. Some halls house both. We encourage transfer students to look at the housing category (first-year or returning student) that best suits their situation. Take a look at all the options to find the best fit for you.

All of our halls and houses have air conditioning, free washers and dryers, free Wi-Fi, and either a microfridge, kitchenette or full kitchen. Select from the building links below to read about a residence hall or historic house, see sample floor plans, and learn about amenities.

You can also check out a 360° video tour of all our residence halls or view them individually on each hall page. You will be able to see floor plans for specific rooms in the MyHousing/Dining portal during the room selection process.

Finally, get a sense of where everything is with our map of dining locations and residence halls.

2022-2023 Academic Year Housing Rates / 2022-2023 Academic Year Hall Availability

All rates are per person, per semester

The Housing Contract is a binding contract for the entire academic year (two semesters) from August to May. Housing rates are determined by the Board of Trustees each June. All fees listed in this section are subject to change at any time. The hall availability listed below is for the 2022-2023 academic year but is subject to change.

Buildings Available for First-Year Students

    Berry Hall - Double: $3,400; Triple: $3,100
    Buist Rivers (Female only) - Double: $3,000; Triple: $2,250
    College Lodge - Double: $3,000
    Craig Hall - Double: $3,000
    Liberty Street - Double: $4,500
    Kelly House - Private: $5,150; Double: $4,500
    McConnell Hall - Double: $3,400
    Rutledge Rivers - Private: $4,300; Double: $3,800
    Warren Place (1, 10 and 20 Warren) - Private: $5,150; Double: $4,500

Buildings Available for Returning Students
Please read an important note about limited housing for 2022-2023.

    Berry Hall - Double: $3,400
    College Lodge - Double: $3,000
    George Street Apartments - Private: $5,150
    Historic Houses - Private: $4,300; Double: $3,800; Triple: $3,450
    Kelly House - Private: $5,150; Double: $4,500
    99 St. Philip Street - Private: $5,150; Double: $4,500

Room Definitions

Private room: student has their own bedroom but shares common spaces, including bathrooms. 
Double room: student shares a bedroom with one other person and, if in a suite, shares common spaces, including bathrooms, with their roommate and suitemates.
Triple room: student shares a bedroom with two other people and, if in a suite, shares common spaces, including bathrooms, with their roommates and suitemates.