Our campus community is so important to our student success that New College is designated as an intentional residential college, and, as such, requires all students to live in the residence halls unless they have been granted exceptions or waivers.
Our campus community is so important to our student success that New College is designated as an intentional residential college, and, as such, requires all students to live in the residence halls unless they have been granted exceptions or waivers. This on-campus requirement includes a meal plan component.
Students who do not sign up for housing and who are not approved to reside off campus automatically are assigned to our PEI community. If granted approval for off campus student must reapply each school year for this accommodation.
New College’s Pei Campus is the center of residential life, with eight out of a total of nine residence halls located there. Along with the dorms, Hamilton “Ham” Center, Palm Court, the Fitness Center and other recreational facilities form a student village where academics and campus life seamlessly intertwine and “learning occurs around the clock.”
Pritzker, Peterson, Searing, V and Y Residence Halls. The four lodge-style halls (Searing, Peterson and V and Y Letter Halls) feature studio, two and three bedroom apartments, each with its own kitchenette and bathroom.Read more here
Opened in 1998-1999, the Dallas and Elizabeth Dort and Ann and Alfred Goldstein Residence Halls provide accommodations for approximately 150 students in apartment-style suites, each including its own living room, kitchenette and bathroom facilities.Read more here
Designed by internationally-renowned architect I.M. Pei, New College's Pei Residence Halls opened in 1965 and accommodate more than 250 students in double and triple-occupancy rooms, each with its own private bathroom.Read more here
Living Learning Communities (LLCs) provide unique environments where select groups of students share common residential and learning experiences.Learn more about living learning communities