Campus living is a significant part of the classic college experience. It always will be. So, the majority of students at Roanoke College live in residence halls.
First year and returning students live together in most of the residence halls. Stately fraternity and sorority houses are also located on campus where they house affiliates and friends of the organizations. With the exception of one all female hall, the halls are co-ed by alternating floor, room/suite, or wing.
With the opening of the new residence hall in fall 2012, there will be a total of 28 residence halls on campus, 6 of which will contain Greek housing.
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Living on campus offers many benefits, including:
- Waiitng list for fall semester housing changes and assignments CLOSES
- Written appeals for off campus release or other special housing accommodations for the spring semester are due
- Applications for spring term Resident Advisor positions are due
- Waiting list for spring semester housing changes and assignments OPENS
- Residence halls close for Thanksgiving break
- Residence halls reopen
- Residence halls close for winter break
- Residence halls open for spring semester