Residence Halls

Blackstone and Harlan Hall

Our eleven residence halls provide students with a variety of options. In addition, some students choose to live together based on a common interest or purpose. All of our residence halls are smoke-free in accordance with the Illinois Clean Indoor Air Act.

North Campus

* denotes housing for first-year students
Cleveland-Young International Center
  • Cleveland-Young International CenterA special interest hall for students who hope to study abroad, international students, or students looking for an internationally-diverse living community.
  • Co-ed residence hall open to upperclass students on a space-available basis with an application process.
  • Single and double-occupancy rooms.
  • Offers a study, kitchen, TV lounge area, and laundry facilities
  • Cleveland-Young is a tight-knit community and residents often hang out in the lounge for game nights and study sessions.
Deerpath Hall
  • Residence Halls Our eleven residence halls provide students with a variety of options. In addition, some students choose to live together based on a common interest or purpose. All of our residence halls are smoke-free in accordance with the Illinois Clean Indoor Air Act.  North Campus	Middle Campus	South Campus	Specialty Housing Cleveland-Young International Center  Deerpath Hall  Lois Durand Hall*  Blackstone Hall*  Harlan Hall*  Gregory Hall  Nollen Hall*  McClure Hall  Roberts Hall  Moore Hall   The Flats (Chicago)  * denotes housing for first-year students  Blackstone Hall The co-ed residence hall houses primarily first-year students in mostly double rooms with a few triples and quads. Returning students live in singles. Modeled after buildings at Oxford, Blackstone Hall and its twin Harlan were completed in 1907. Blackstone’s location on Middle Campus makes it ideal for access to the main buildings, classrooms, the Mohr Student Center, and the Donnelly and Lee Library. It offers a TV lounge and laundry facilities. Programs in the hall balance the social and entertainment needs of students to provide a well-rounded living experience. View the floor plans and room dimensions here. Back to top >>      Cleveland-Young International Center A special interest hall for students who hope to study abroad, international students, or students looking for an internationally-diverse living community. Co-ed residence hall open to upperclass students on a space-available basis with an application process. Single and double-occupancy rooms. Offers a study, kitchen, TV lounge area, and laundry facilities Cleveland-Young is a tight-knit community and residents often hang out in the lounge for game nights and study sessions. View the floor plans and room dimensions here. Back to top >>      Deerpath HallFeatures a variety of living options, including singles, doubles, and five- and six-person suites for upperclassman students
  • Renovated in the late 1990s, Deerpath offers a small cafe, laundry facilities, an elevator to service its four floors and gallery space that shows student artwork on a rotating schedule.
  • Home to the College’s newspaper, The Stentor, and the commuter students’ lounge.
Lois Durand Hall*
  • Lois Durand HallReferred to as “Lois,” Lois Durand is a co-ed hall housing primarily first-year students, including a theme community, in a number of doubles, triples, and quads. Returning students live in singles.
  • Offers a large lounge with a study area and TV. Laundry facilities are also included inside the hall.

Middle Campus

* denotes housing for first-year students
Blackstone Hall*

Blackstone Hall

  • The co-ed residence hall houses primarily first-year students in mostly double rooms with a few triples and quads. Returning students live in singles.
  • Modeled after buildings at Oxford, Blackstone Hall and its twin Harlan were completed in 1907.
  • Blackstone’s location on Middle Campus makes it ideal for access to the main buildings, classrooms, the Mohr Student Center, and the Donnelly and Lee Library.
  • It offers a TV lounge and laundry facilities.
  • Programs in the hall balance the social and entertainment needs of students to provide a well-rounded living experience.
Harlan Hall*
  • Harlan HallHarlan Hall is a co-ed residence hall housing primarily first-year students in doubles with a few quads. Returning students live in singles.
  • Modeled after buildings at Oxford, Harlan Hall and its twin, Blackstone, were completed in 1907.
  • Returning students live in singles.
  • Its location on Middle Campus makes it ideal for access to the main buildings, classrooms, the Mohr Student Center, and the Donnelly and Lee Library.

South Campus

* denotes housing for first-year students
Gregory Hall
  • Gregory HallCo-ed residence hall that houses sophomore, juniors, and seniors on South Campus in singles and quads.
  • Each South Campus “quad” (in Gregory, Roberts, and McClure) consists of two rooms divided by a private bathroom and closet area.
  • Current residents describe Gregory as having a vibrant and very socially connected community.
  • Residents have access to the TV/study lounge on the main floor, as well as laundry facilities.
Nollen Hall*

Nollen Hall

  • Nollen is a co-ed hall housing primarily first-year students in doubles and triples. Returning students live in singles.
  • Provides TV rooms/studies, a large community room, an elevator that services its four floors, a café that is open in the evening, and laundry facilities.

McClure Hall
  • Located on the South Campus Quad, which provides ample opportunity for hanging out with friends.
  • A co-ed residence hall housing upper-class students.
  • Each quad (in Gregory, Roberts, and McClure) consists of two rooms divided by a private bathroom and closet area.
  • Residents have access to the TV lounge/study on the main floor, as well as coin-operated laundry facilities.
Roberts Hall
  • Located on the South Campus Quad
  • An energetic community with a diverse group of residents from all over the world.
  • A co-ed residence hall housing upper-class students in singles and quads.
  • Each quad (in Gregory, Roberts, and McClure) consists of two rooms divided by a private bathroom and closet area.
  • Residents have access to the TV lounge/study on the main floor, as well as laundry facilities.
Moore Hall
  • Moore HallOur newest residence hall, Moore Hall, opened in the fall of 2013 to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
  • Moore Hall has the capacity to serve nearly four times as many students as its predecessor, the former Moore Hall.
  • Residents have access to air conditioning, suite-style rooms, and private bathrooms.
  • The building has a community kitchen attached to its large multi-purpose room, a great space for gathering with neighbors and attending hall events.

Specialty Housing

The Flats (Chicago)
  • The FlatsProvides students an opportunity to live in Chicago’s vibrant South Loop neighborhood.
  • Students reside on the 14th and 15th floors of The Flats in apartment-style spaces. Each apartment houses either four or six students in double-occupancy bedrooms. 
  • Each of the apartments contains a full kitchen, common space, and a bathroom.
  • Free laundry facilities are located on both floors.
  • Residency at The Flats is only available to students participating in the Lake Forest College In The Loop program.