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CONTACT:
Office of Residence Life
100 College Drive
Allentown, PA 18104
610-606-4603
Fax: 610-740-3789
reslife@cedarcrest.edu

Graduate Housing

Cedar Crest College is proud to offer on-campus women’s graduate housing. Graduate housing is available for students year-round and is in a dedicated wing of Curtis Hall, with rooms available on a first-come, first-served basis.

About Curtis Hall

Curtis Hall is conveniently located and one of Cedar Crest’s most stately buildings. Curtis is a multi-use facility with residences on the third floor and academic and administrative offices below. The hall is also home to the College’s Honors Students and offers a quiet and studious community. The building features some of the most spacious rooms on campus– plus all the beds are easily converted into lofts, giving students even more room to personalize their living space. Students have easy access to many academic departments – including psychology, social work, education and business – as well as Health Services and the Registrar’s Office.

Amenities

Room

  • Standard twin bed
  • Desk with chair
  • Closet
  • Bookshelf
  • Full-length mirror
  • Trash can
  • Overhead lighting
  • Blinds/shades for windows
  • Carpeted floors
  • Cable and internet access

Building

  • Computer lab
  • Free, high-efficiency washers and dryers
  • Study areas
  • Vending machines
  • Kitchen facilities with refrigerators, microwaves and stove
  • Wireless internet throughout
  • Community televisions equipped with cable

Additional Resources and Access

Resident Advisors reside in Curtis Hall to serve as a resource and facilitate outcome-driven programs and social events.

Graduate residents have full access to the Fitness Center and the Rodale Aquatic Center.

Ample parking is available on campus. Graduate resident students also have access to limited parking near the residence hall.

Graduate students can select a meal plan, although this is not required.

Graduate students can participate in the Residence Hall Representative Association, a student-driven organization that advocates for residential student needs and plans programmatic efforts aimed at building community.

How to Apply

Students are eligible to participate in housing selection if they meet the following conditions:

  • Financially clear student accounts
  • Completed the registration for 12 or more credits for the upcoming semester
  • Completed the SAGE Housing Application available on MyCedarCrest under the Student Affairs tab in the Residence Life folder

Once the Office of Residence Life & Community Standards receives your application, you will be contacted about available housing options.

Cost

For information about pricing for on-campus housing, please visit the Student Financial Services website. Click Tuition/Fees under Returning Students. SAGE student housing options are suite doubles with a half bathroom or luxury suites with a full bathroom.

Learn About Off-Campus Housing Options

Off-Campus Housing Information

For more information, please contact the Office of Residential Life & Community Standards at 610-606-4603 or reslife@cedarcrest.edu.