Residence Halls

Each residence hall at Wesleyan has its own personality and advantages. Living in residence halls includes living in communities with at least one upper-class student who serves as a Resident Advisor (RA). RAs develop community, provide opportunities for social and educational growth, and serve as a resource to help you learn about Wesleyan. Each residential unit includes a laundry room with card-operated washers and dryers.

Student rooms are furnished with one Twin XL bed, dresser, desk, and chair for each resident of the room. Additionally, closets and/or wardrobes are provided.  Rooms are equipped with one high-speed internet access port per person, along with wireless connection.

As students move through their years at Wesleyan, they have an opportunity to choose an increasingly more independent living option from residence hall doubles to singles to program houses, apartments, and eventually wood frame houses. All of these options are within a 5-10 minute walk to campus. All of our units house both men and women; however, some residence halls are coed on each floor, while other halls offer single-sex floors. Smoking is prohibited in all University Housing. Residential facilities vary by size, room type, and ratio of first-year to upper-class students.