Your residence hall is more than just a place to sleep. The friendships you form here will last.
We offer four styles of residence halls: traditional (a hallway of about 20 students who share a common bathroom), suites (two double or triple rooms joined by a bathroom), apartments (which sleep 4–7 and are reserved for juniors and seniors) and the village houses (which house 16–26 and are also reserved for juniors and seniors). Most halls have lounges on each floor as well as kitchens, which are open 24–7, as well as laundry facilities.
Each hall has a resident director, a professional staff member, that supervises a staff of resident advisors or apartment coordinators. Together, they help foster community, plan events, and connect students to resources. Plus, Gordon was named among the safest private universities in America in a recent ranking. Learn more about our halls and life on campus below!