Residence Halls

For new students, we recognize the importance of building community and social networks. We’re excited that you’re considering living with us.

A student in her dorm room

A student enjoys moving into her dorm on move-in day.

The benefits of living in the residence halls include:

  • Students that live on campus are more likely to succeed at Evergreen.
  • Small, close-knit housing communities allow you to make more friends.
  • Easier-to-find study groups with students who share your academic program and interests.
  • Being just a short walk away from the community spaces and dining halls, where you can socialize with your neighbors.
  • Select from a variety of great meal plan options. We’ll do the cooking for you.
  • Fun social and educational events at your fingertips.

Floor plans

Sample dorm floor plan

View panoramas of a single and double bedroom units.

View a map of campus (PDF) to see where everything is located.

Great living options

Double: Large bedrooms shared by two roommates. Some units have their own bath, others share a bath with residents of the same gender in adjoining rooms. View a panorama of a sample double.

Single: Private rooms that share a common single-occupancy bathroom and shower with three to five other students of the same gender. View a panorama of a sample single.

Super Single: Double rooms that we have converted into spacious single bedrooms with one set of furniture. In these spaces you will share a bathroom with fewer suite-mates, and have plenty of room to fit all your belongings and create your own living space. View a panorama of a sample single.

Bedrooms are spacious with large windows and views of trees from every room. All residence hall bathrooms are private single-occupancy bathrooms.

All rooms are furnished with:

  • An extra-long twin-size bed
  • A desk with drawers
  • A chair
  • A dresser
  • A wardrobe
  • A bulletin board

Read more about what to bring.

Students returning to the residence halls

Specialized Options

The following features are available for any resident:

Gender Inclusive Suites: for students of differing genders to live close together, while still maintaining the privacy of their own locking bedrooms.

Quiet: a building for students who prefer a quieter, academic environment, these rooms require observation of quiet hours at all times.

Substance Free Floor: This residence hall floor is dedicated to providing an environment for students who are committed to leading lives without the use of alcohol or other drugs.