Dickinson offers a wide variety of housing options, from traditional residence halls to small houses and apartments.

Occupancies range from eight person suites to single rooms. All residence halls are co-educational.  Most residential spaces house men and women side-by-side in separate rooms, and we do have a gender neutral housing policy.


Dickinson has many different housing options. 

Traditional Residence Halls

Traditional Residence Halls

Traditional residence halls include fifteen of our on-campus housing.

Small houses and apartments

Small houses and apartments

Small Houses & Apartments offer a variety of unique facilities for Dickinson students, typically in their junior and senior years. This ranges from row apartments and houses for three to eight students to larger apartment buildings with three, four, and five person apartments.

Special Interest Housing

Special Interest Housing

Special Interest Housing (SIH) gives students a unique opportunity to collaborate with other students by creating affinity communities with common goals and purpose.



Room in Adams

Adams Hall

Room Dimensions

Disclaimer on Room Dimensions: Room dimensions are compiled from information provided to Residence Life & Housing by our partners in Facilities Management. While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this information, it is possible that a dimension may be listed incorrectly. Residence Life & Housing and Facilities Management will work with students to mitigate these errors within the limits of available resources. 

This page contains pdf documents listing the room dimensions each of our traditional residence halls.