Campus Housing

View from the courtyard of Mellon Hall

First Year Residence Halls

Beau Hall

First year students are typically housed in residence halls which feature more traditional style living arrangements. Read more about First Year Housing at W&J

Upperclass Residence Halls

Bica Ross Hall

Upperclass students have a variety of housing options including the College's newest residence halls and apartment style living. Read more about Upperclass Residence Halls

Fraternity & Sorority Housing

Greek Student Housing

All ten of W&J's Fraternities and Sororities live in the College-owned Chestnut Street houses, completed in 2005. Read more about Fraternity and Sorority Housing at W&J

Residential Learning Communities

Alexander Hall

Residential Learning Communities at Washington and Jefferson College provide an environment where students can explore the interconnected relationship between what is learned and what is lived. Read more about Residential Learning Communities at W&J