Reed’s residence halls offer a range of living options. Room types include singles, undivided doubles, divided doubles, and triples. Each building contains a kitchen and one or more common rooms.
Each hall has a member or members of residence life staff living on site. House advisers (HAs) are current students in a staff role who help build community, mediate conflicts, and assist students as they navigate campus resources. Resident directors (RDs) are professional staff members who manage the halls and supervise HAs; they may also live on site.
Students can also opt to live in a theme community—usually occupying a floor, wing, or house—organized around a particular interest. This is a great way to keep connected with your nonacademic passions or branch out to follow a new path.
- Floor Plans and Residence Hall Descriptions: Check out the floor plans and descriptions of our residence halls to learn more about on-campus living.
- Theme Communities: Theme communities are a great way to explore and pursue your nonacademic interests. Each year, students build residential communities around subjects like hiking and camping, voracious reading, cooking, and a love of all things science.
- Room & Board Fees: View housing costs. Prices for the next academic year are set by the college in mid-March.
- Housing Contracts: Access contracts, applications, and other on-campus housing documents.
- Information about Animals: Review the guidelines for animals before bringing your scaled or furry friend to campus.
- Disability-Related Housing Accommodations: There are many options for accessible living on campus.
- More Living Options: Explore alternative living options, including gender-inclusive housing (GIH), students of color community, women’s housing, and substance-free housing.