Explore your options for living in traditional residence halls, suite style housing and properties in our MILE Program.
Through our holistic approach to residential living, students open doors to self-understanding, deep learning and lasting friendships. Living on campus provides a shared responsibility in maintaining a safe and inclusive community, conducive to academic achievement, wellness and respect. The Office of Housing and Residence Life ensures these goals are met with the help of student leaders to create a community like no other.
We know that most college students spend between 80 and 100 hours per week in their residence halls, more than in all other spaces on campus. Our resident advisors and hall directors make the most of this time through community development, cultural understanding, educational programming, life skill-building opportunities and mentorships.
Below you'll find more about our housing options, leadership opportunities and tips on how to make the most of your experience living on campus as well as important forms and applications. Feel free to stop by the Office of Housing and Residence Life on the ground floor of Prosser Hall. Call us at 484-664-3180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please note June 6-August 1 HRL's office hours are Mon-Thurs 8:30am-4:30pm
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Learn about the many opportunities that await in the Resident Advisor program and how to apply.
Navigate all the information that will allow you to thrive in your residence.
Learn about the educational and leadership opportunities offered within the residence halls.
Muhlenberg's dining program offers variety, convenience and flexibility to students living on and off campus. Campus meal plans are designed to fit the lifestyles of Muhlenberg students.
Discover who we are and the support we provide.
Find tips for roommates, decorating ideas and making your hall a home.
Apply for unique housing opportunities and to reside over break periods.