Rising Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors
Get informed about relevant housing selection processes for current students who will be returning to campus in the coming academic year.
Most Colgate students reside in on-campus residential facilities. The on-campus housing process covers students who will reside in traditional residence halls and the Residential Commons, campus townhouses, campus apartments, and in the Broad Street Community.
Fraternities and Sororities
Rising juniors and seniors interested in residing in their fraternity or sorority chapter house should contact the chapter president or house manager. Each fraternity and sorority coordinates its own housing process with support and advisement from the Office of Residential Life and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Advising.
A limited number of rising seniors may participate in the Private Off-Campus Housing Program, signing leases to live in privately owned residences in the local area. Students interested in the program must enter the private off-campus housing lottery during the fall semester of their junior year.
The Office of Academic Support and Disability Services leads a process for reviewing requests for housing accommodations.