Program Housing is a unique living option offered to upperclassmen at Wesleyan. It gives students the opportunity to live collectively in a house based on shared hobbies, experiences and cultural interests. It also supports the creation of interwoven communities of interest that otherwise would not be as connected. Many program houses are not only tied to an academic department or student organization, but very often provide outreach to the Greater Middletown community. Program Housing provides unique educational and cultural programming opportunities for the entire campus.
Every semester the Office of Residential Life formally evaluates all Program Houses to ensure that the needs of the residents and the expectations of the Office are being met. For complete guidelines, click here.