Please Note: Updated information for the Class of 2026 will be available in early June 2022.
Welcome to your new home away from home, Class of 2026! It is an exciting, potentially overwhelming time, but we're here to guide you through the transition.
Wondering what your address will be, whether Haverford has Resident Assistants, or if you can have a car on campus? We have answers to your residential life questions! Visit Living at Haverford.
Housing Questionnaire (Required)
All first-year students are required to complete a Housing Questionnaire form. Using this information, the College assigns students to Customs groups in one of the first-year residences. While we understand there are numerous reasons students might want to request a specific residence hall, we place a greater value on the people who will shape your community rather than the building in which you will be living.
- This questionnaire is to be completed by the student. Please do not have your parent/guardian, family member, etc. fill this out on your behalf.
- Answer honestly. We use this information to learn about you. Based on what you tell us about yourself, we seek to create diverse and compatible halls, roommates, suitemates, etc. It is essential that you are honest. For example, if you are very neat but you respond that you are really messy in the hopes of getting a single room, you may end up matched with a roommate who responded that they are also messy.
- All housing is designated smoke-free. Smoking of any kind, vaping, and/or the burning of incense is not permitted.
- Incoming first-year students sometimes have individual needs or circumstances that warrant special housing consideration. Please visit Access and Disability Services for information and procedures for requesting housing accommodations.
Housing Questionnaire Deadline: July 1, 2022
Note: Students should wait 24 hours after confirming their personal details in BIONIC before completing the Housing Questionnaire.
You will also need to complete the ADS Housing Accommodation Form by June 29, 2022 if any accommodations are required.
Theft/Fire & Accident Insurance (Optional)
The information on National Student Services, Inc.'s Student Personal Property Plan is provided as a courtesy. The College does not endorse this program.
Linens Program (Optional)
You have a number of options when it comes to providing your own linens. The Residence Hall Linens Program shares a portion of the proceeds each year with Students' Council.
Move-In Packing List
Download a suggested list of items to bring for your move-in!
First-Year Residence Halls Guide
In your process of gathering everything you need for college, filling out the many MANY forms and meeting deadlines, we have created the following pages to introduce where you will be living this upcoming school year. This is something many of us as first-years wished we knew more about prior to arriving on campus.