Residence Halls

For new freshman 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.

Themed Housing

The following themes are offered on a separate application basis, allowing students with shared priorities to live together:

Legacy Hall: Legacy Hall is an intentional living community on campus where students from a variety of cultural backgrounds, perhaps holding multiple intersectional identities, will participate in a cultural exchange. This will both enhance visibility of communities of color on campus and create a supportive and multifaceted learning experience for the participants. This community will create a space to enhance the learning experiences that a student may not find in other facets of their educational pathways. Learn more about Legacy Hall.

Substance Free Floor: While all of the freshmen residence halls are substance free based on students’ age, this floor is dedicated to providing an environment for students who are committed to leading lives without the use of alcohol or other drugs. Learn more about Substance Free.

TOP Floor: A small group of first-year Evergreen students participates in outdoor adventures and leadership opportunities with The Outdoor Program (TOP). TOP-themed housing is only available by application. Learn more about TOP.

Freshmen are also welcome to apply for select theme communities located in the apartments: Rainbow Fort.