Housing Information

Residency Requirement Information

Allegheny College has an on-campus living requirement, which states that students must reside on campus for a total of six semesters during their first three years of college (for the Class of 2015, students must reside on campus all four years). To underscore our residential commitment, the College guarantees housing space to all students who sign a housing contract. When more College housing becomes available, upper-class students may also be required to live on campus. For further details about this policy, please see the “Residence Hall Contract and Refund Policy” in the Admissions and Financial Information section of the Catalogue.

Housing Options

Residence halls offer students many options in living styles. These include all-male, all-female, and co-ed buildings and rooms configured as suites, singles, doubles, triples, and quads. Additionally, floors designated as wellness (focused on healthy lifestyles), community service, and quiet study (24-hour quiet) are available. Some College-owned houses are also organized around special interest themes such as language, culture, or academic programs.

Also available are two apartment complexes, as well as two fraternity houses.

North Village II: North Village II is our newest residential facility and houses 230 upperclassmen students. Students can choose from double and quad living options. Double apartments offer single bedrooms, one bathroom, small kitchen area with , microwave, small dormitory refrigerator and a small common area. Quad apartments provide students with four single bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, stove top, and full size refrigerator and two bathrooms.

North Village: North Village houses 110 students in three buildings. Each building contains suites that have five single bedrooms, a living room, full kitchen, and two bathrooms. All suites share a common courtyard. This facility is air conditioned.

College Court: College Court houses 77 students in three buildings. Each building contains suites that have four single bedrooms, a living room, kitchenette and bathroom. All suites share a common courtyard. This facility is air conditioned.

Allegheny Commons: Allegheny Commons houses 44 students in three buildings. Each building contains suites ranging from one to four single bedrooms, a living room, full kitchen, and bathroom. This facility is air conditioned downstairs.

College Houses: The college houses that are not used for Special Interest Housing will be available for room selection. The occupancy for t houses range from 2-7 students depending on the particular house. Students will be notified of the houses available for room selection via email in early March.

Brooks Hall: Brooks is an all female facility that offers students single and double living options. The building is mixed with first year Students and upperclassmen.

Walker Hall: Walker is a co-ed facility that offers students single, double, and triple living options. The building is mixed with first year Students and upperclassmen.

Walker Annex Hall: Walker Annex is a coed facility that offers students single, double, and triple living options. The building is mixed with first year Students and upperclassmen.

Schultz Hall: Schultz is a coed facility that offers students single, double, and triple living options. The building is mixed with first year Students and upperclassmen.

Caflisch Hall: Caflisch is a coed facility that offers students single, double, triple, and quad living options. All residents of Caflisch are sophomores, juniors, or seniors.

Ravine-Narvik Hall: Ravine is a coed facility that offers students double living options. There is one triple available in Ravine. The building is mixed with first year Students and upperclassmen.

Crawford Hall: Crawford is an all male facility that offers student double living options. There is one single available in Crawford. The building is mixed with first year students and upperclassmen.

Baldwin: Baldwin contains all doubles and is a co-ed facility for over 200 incoming First Year Students.

Additional options may be available in Greek Housing, Special Interest Houses, Edwards Wellness House, Allegheny HallĀ Civic EngagementĀ House, North Village Language Houses, Advancement of Black Culture House, or the Social Justice House. Please contact the Office of Residence Life for availability or for more details.