Residence Halls

When you live in a residence hall, our campus is at your fingertips. Each hall has communal spaces, kitchens, laundry facilities, and specific amenities that are unique to that space. You’ll quickly discover that “home” is here!

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While a birds-eye view is always nice, our residence hall communities are even better at ground level.Pho... While a birds-eye view is always nice, our residence hall communities are even better at ground level.

Photo credit: Suhail Akram BA '24

  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> I love being a resident advisor because it allows me to be a leader in my community and connect to a wider range of students on campus. Being an RA has allowed me to make friends with my Campus Living team and share my love of campus with others.</p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/20614-izz-lamola">Izz Lamola BA ’25</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Seattle, Washington</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> I have formed close friendships with people in my residence hall. It is exciting to live downstairs from some of my closest friends. </p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/18355-helena-brown">Helena Brown BA ’26</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Billings, Montana</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> <span style="font-weight: 400;">I’ve lived with the same roommate for all three years, and she is definitely the best thing about living on campus. L&C paired us together randomly for our first year, and I hope that other students are paired with roommates as well as we were.</span> </p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/16673-brenna-ketchum">Brenna Ketchum BA ’23</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Fort Collins, Colorado</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> <span style="font-weight: 400;">The forest halls tend to have very close-knit communities. It’s common to see a couple of residents with a mandolin and a guitar jamming out together, or sitting out on the picnic tables doing homework in the sun.</span> </p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/16684-cami-hildum">Cami Hildum BA ’24</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Corbett, Oregon</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> <span style="font-weight: 400;">The best part about living on campus is enjoying the beautiful scenery, the independence that comes from living away from home, and the friendships you build with the people and entire community you live around.</span> </p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/14604-alie-cicero">Alie Cicero BA ’24</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Arcadia, California</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> I found my community through my Living-Learning Community in Manzanita Hall.</p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/14605-lucia-sheridan">Lucia Sheridan BA ’23</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Saugatuck, Michigan</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> My first and second years, I lived in Odell Hall. It is a calm, chill community where people are always friendly. My favorite thing about living on campus is being able to spend time with the friends I’ve made in the halls.</p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/14603-aubrey-roche">Aubrey Roché BA ’23</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Beaverton, Oregon</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> <span style="font-weight: 400;">Something I really enjoyed while living on campus was the proximity to classes. If I forgot something in my room, I could just go grab it and still make it to class on time!</span> </p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/16682-helen-guyton">Helen Guyton BA ’23</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Cologne, Germany</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> <span style="font-weight: 400;">The best part about living on campus is being able to participate in weekend events and being able to live with other students.</span> </p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/16641-htoo-ray-wah">Htoo Ray Wah BA ’23</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Portland, Oregon</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> <span style="font-weight: 400;">As a first-year student, I lived in Howard. I enjoyed the quiet nature of living in that hall. </span> <span style="font-weight: 400;">My second year, I lived in Hartzfeld with two of my good friends. With only around 20 people living in our entire building, it was easy to get to know your neighbors and feel at home.</span> </p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/14674-mateo-kaiser">Mateo Kaiser BA ’23</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Mountain View, California</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> I absolutely love being an RA at Lewis & Clark because it has given me the chance to create a space for students to find joy. Getting to create an inclusive and welcoming community where residents feel like they belong has been one of the most rewarding aspects of the job.</p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/18348-grace-billings">Grace Billings BA ’24</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Poulsbo, Washington</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> <span style="font-weight: 400;">I would say that the best thing about living on campus is that you don’t miss out on the events and opportunities happening around you. Moreover, you get to make friends and become more connected to the campus community.</span> </p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/14559-juan-martin-lopez-melendez">Juan Martín López Meléndez BA ’23</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">La Piedad, Michoacán, México/Fresno, California/Las Vegas, New Mexico</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> The best thing about living on campus is the convenience. I did not have to drive anywhere, I was able to walk back to my room whenever I wanted to, and food was readily accessible.</p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/18310-katie-shimaura">Katie Shimaura BA ’24</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Mililani, Hawai‘i</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> <span style="font-weight: 400;">I would say that the best thing about living on campus is the access to community. There are movie nights always being hosted by different clubs or waffle nights in someone’s hall.</span> </p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/16676-laura-everson">Laura Everson BA ’22</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Sitka, Alaska</span> </p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote> <p></p> <div class="lw_profiles_767"> <p> <span style="font-weight: 400;">I’m glad that I stayed on campus for all four years. I don’t have a car, so it’s a lot more convenient and also easier to stay in touch with people outside of my circle.</span> </p> </div> <p></p> <p class="quote-author"> <a class="quoted-profile_name" href="/live/profiles/16677-erika-hutchinson">Erika Hutchinson BA ’22</a> <br/> <span class="quoted-profile_meta">Fort Collins, Colorado</span> </p> </blockquote>
Akin Hall

Akin

Located in the heart of campus, you can often find students chatting around Akin’s cozy fireplace, cooking in the communal kitchen, or playing the grand piano in the common space.

Copeland Hall exterior

Copeland

As one of the most popular halls for first-year students, Copeland is loved for its fun personality and scenic ravine views.

Forest Complex exterior

Forest

Forest is a community of five residence halls and a communal lounge that can be found among the trees at the southernmost part of campus.

Hartzfeld exterior

Hartzfeld

Hartzfeld, affectionately known to our students as Hartzi, is an upperclassmen suite-style residence hall, with four students in two rooms sharing bathroom facilities.

Holmes Hall exterior

Holmes

The newest residence hall, Holmes, houses sophomore, junior, and senior students who love to spend time at the game room, hall kitchen, and outdoor fireplace.

The Apartments exterior

The Apartments

East, Roberts, and West Halls house juniors and seniors in apartment-style suites.

Platt-Howard Hall exterior

Platt-Howard

Composed of students across all class years, Platt-Howard is a small, tight-knit community featuring The Platteau, a student-run art center, on the ground floor.

Stewart Hall exterior

Stewart

Adjoining Odell Hall and housing only single-semester residents who are often participating on an overseas program, Stewart has a friendly, caring atmosphere.

The Odell Annex

Odell

Odell’s central location, in close proximity to academic buildings and Fowler Student Center, makes it extremely popular with juniors and seniors. It adjoins Stewart Hall.

Get Ready to Move In

Excitement, whirlwind, fun, chaos, electric—these are all words our students use to describe moving into our residence halls for the first time. Our amazing team of students and staff are here to help you feel right at home.

Move-In Information Packing List

What to Leave at Home

There’s lots of advice about what to bring out there (in fact, we have some for you), but what about what you shouldn’t pack in your suitcase? Let our students help you out by breaking down their top 10.

Pricing for 2023-24

Room Type Semester Rate Academic Year Rate
Double/Triple/Quad $4,257 $8,514
Single $4,858 $9,716
Apartment $5,471 $10,942

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