First-Year/Transfer Students Housing
For first-year/transfer students who seek Douglass Residential College housing, click on the links below for more information:
Katzenbach Residence Hall
Home of the DRC first-year experience! With a lounge on the first floor and a community kitchen, wireless internet, a large screen TV, and study and social areas, this community focuses on students’ wellness, and residential staff are trained to work with first-year students as they transition into the college experience. First-year students only.
Here, two bedroom apartments are shared among four roommates. Each apartment features a private bathroom, kitchen and living room. Residents can park right outside their doorstep and can take advantage of the new, state-of-the-art lounge space with wireless internet, a large screen TV, and many social areas. Henderson Apartments is 9-month housing option that spans two semesters, which means students residing in these apartments are not required to move out during university breaks. Available to transfer and upper class students only.
Jameson Residence Hall
This traditional residence hall offers cherry wood furniture throughout its rooms and a friendly atmosphere. Lounge on the benches or the gazebo outside with friends, or visit neighboring Cabaret Theater. Jameson Hall also has a newly renovated lounge in the basement with wireless internet, a large screen TV, study lounges and social areas.
Woodbury Residence Hall
A traditional residence hall, Woodbury Hall is conveniently located near Neilson Dining Hall, the Cook/Douglass Recreation Center, and a bus stop.
Bunting-Cobb for Women in STEM Living-Learning Community
Douglass-SAS-DIMACS Computer Science Living-Learning Community
DRC Honors College Wing
DRC Honors Community for Continuing Students
DRC Honors Community (Jameson H) The Douglass Honors House in Jameson Hall provides DRC students in the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program the opportunity to live with other honors students who share their intellectual curiosity and strengths. New first-year/transfer students and continuing students in good academic standing who are enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program are eligible to apply.
Reilly Douglass Engineering Living-Learning Community
Sophia House for Bunting Students
The Sophia House is a newly renovated hall for full-time Douglass women who are pursuing college five or more years after graduating from high school. The house is available for a 12-month period of time; the house does not close during the vacation periods of the academic year Students living in the Sophia House have private, single rooms & share a living room, dining room, kitchen, bathrooms and laundry room. Non-traditional students only.