Residence Life at Reed

Division of Student Life

The Office of Residence Life fosters a residential experience aimed at supporting students in their academic pursuits, personal growth, and participation in an interdependent community.

Residence life oversees the experience of living on campus at Reed. Our team includes both professional staff members, who hold positions as administrative staff and area coordinators, and students, who fill the role of house advisers.

Residence life coordinates placement in on-campus housing, facilitates community-focused programming, and ensures a safe and welcoming environment in the residence halls and other college housing options for students.

COVID-19 and 2020-21 Information

Reed’s housing plan for the 2020–21 academic year is focused on a shared commitment to protect the health of each other and the health of the community. Following guidance for the residential activities outlined by Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Higher Education Coordinating Committee (HECC), residence halls are open and operating with reduced density and new protocols. Visit our COVID-19 updates page to learn more about the adjustments.  

COVID-19 and 2021-22 Information

Reed housing will return to regular occupancy for the 2021-22 academic year. Students will be able to preference living in a single room, or with a roommate in a double room. One residence hall will remain offline for isolation and quarantine spaces as needed. More details about the Fall 2021 plan can be found here.

Important Housing 2021-22 Dates

April 12 Housing portal opens for returning students
April 23 Housing portal closes for returning students
April 30

Returning students receive housing assignment

Housing portal opens for new students

June 1 Incoming students must complete an application
mid-June Incoming students receive housing assignment

Fall 2021 Arrival

Arrival dates for students in August are still being determined in accordance with a fall COVID-19 testing plan. We hope to provide updated dates by early May and encourage students to not make travel arrangements until these dates are solidified.