All applications are available on the Eagles Nook from February 21 - March 11. Please review all Selection information on the HOUSING SELECTION Information page.

Living Learning Communities

We are excited to expand our living-learning community (LLC) offerings. Students wishing to live in an LLC will need to apply to the LLC of their choice on Eagles Nook between Feb. 21 and March 11 and will complete an interview process. LLC members are expected to provide campus-wide programming monthly.  

Available Living Learning Communities

EcoHouse (1631 Mifflin St.): Community focused on sustainability and environmentalism 
Global Village (Tussey 1st Floor): Community focused on intercultural exploration and education. 
LGBTQ+Ally Community (final community name still to be determined): Community focused on support and advocacy for LGBTQIA+ students.  
Diaspora House (2207 McClay St.): Community focused on support and advocacy for BIPOC students.  

 

Reasonable Accommodation Housing

Students needing reasonable housing accommodations, including medical singles, proximity to a kitchen/bathroom, first floor living, or other housing configurations, must complete the process outlined on the Student Accessibility Services webpage. The process must be completed between Feb. 21 and March 11. 

 

Gender and Housing

Women’s Housing: Cloister Residence Hall will serve as our residence hall for women-identifying students. Students wishing to live in Cloister should use the multiples or doubles housing selection process to select. 
 
All Gender/Gender Inclusive Housing: Lesher 3rd Floor will serve as our all gender/gender inclusive housing for upper-class students. Students wishing to live on Lesher 3rd floor should fill out the Gender Inclusive Housing application via Eagles Nook between Feb. 21 and March 11. 

Students of all genders may reside in our campus houses, apartments, living-learning communities, and East Suites. Students should complete the corresponding process to select one of these areas. 

 

International Roommates

Students may request to live with an incoming international roommate. You must complete the application for an international roommate through Eagles Nook between Feb. 21 and March 11.

Only students living in general room rate housing units may request an international roommate. 

Requesting to live with an international roommate does not mean you will be placed in the Global Village. If you would like to live in the Global Village with an international roommate, you must complete both the Global Village application and the International Roommate Application.