There are many different housing options available to Haverford students. In order to make informed decisions about your housing—and how best to apply—you'll want to learn all about the Room Draw process.
Please refer to the Residential Life Handbook for Residential Life policies.
- Traditional (Singles & Doubles)
- Single: One room furnished for one person that is not part of a suite, apartment, or group. Found in all dorms except HCA and Lloyd.
- Double: One room furnished for two persons. Found in Barclay, Drinker, Yarnall, 710 College Ave., Cadbury House, and Leeds.
- A group of single bedrooms configured around a shared common entry. The number of bedrooms per suite varies, ranging from 2 to 6 bedrooms. Some suites include a common room, while others include a shared suite bathroom; some suites include both. Suites can be found in Gummere, Lloyd, Leeds, and the North Dorms.
- Floor Groups
- A combination of rooms or apartments clustered together to provide contiguous housing for a group of students. Floor groups can be found in Drinker, HCA, Kim, and the North Dorms.
- 710 College Avenue is a house located off campus, and just down the road from the main campus. A group of 11 students live in 9 single rooms, and 1 double room.
- Special Interest Housing
- Special Interest Housing is located in Cadbury House, Ira de A. Reid House, & La Casa Hispanica.
- Community Housing
- Students may apply for potential community housing in Yarnall or at HCA.
- Bi-Co Dorm Exchange
- The Bi-Co / Tri-Co relationship extends beyond the classroom with students having the option to live at one of the other campuses. This housing exchange option can only be offered if there is an even exchange of students between the Colleges, and is based on the number of students who sign up in any given year. Students participating in this housing exchange agree to live in this housing for the entire academic year.