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Residence Life

Live, Learn and Grow on Campus 

As a campus resident, you’ll participate in a community of actively involved students who enjoy convenient access to classes, academic resources, personal support services, and interaction with campus leaders. We strive to provide a living environment where engaging conversations and communities lead to the development of life skills, leadership skills, and a holistic educational experience.

Campus Housing Requirement

C of I students who are not yet 21, unmarried, and without dependent children live in campus housing for three years, or six semesters.

In campus housing, residents form strong community bonds and are supported by developmental programs.

girls studying in residence hall room

Residence Halls

Our five residence halls offer a mix of single, double, triple and suite-style housing. Four of our dorms are traditional corridor-style housing with shared bathrooms and common areas. Finney Hall, our most recent renovation, is suite-style with three to four rooms sharing a common area and bathroom. Every residence hall has laundry areas, kitchens and lounge rooms.

Freshmen are required to live in a residence hall.

The Village Apartments building exterior

Apartment Buildings

The Village Apartments offer juniors and seniors the convenience of being on campus coupled with a more independent living environment. Each unit is two or four bedrooms, has a private bathroom, a full kitchen, a living room and in-unit laundry and heating/cooling. The Village is staffed by an apartment manager to provide minimal programming and address resident issues. 

rental house at 1520 Oak

Rental Houses

The College owns a number of one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom houses in the neighborhood immediately south of campus. These houses are available for student rental and are intended for upper-classmen who already have a strong connection to campus and wish for a more autonomous living environment.