Residence Halls

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From former private houses to sprawling apartment buildings, from cooperative houses to contemporary community-focused dorms, the residence halls at Sarah Lawrence College are as diverse as the students who live within them.

Sarah Lawrence College assigns housing to returning students through a housing lottery. The lottery, held each spring, allows individuals and groups to petition for housing based on their randomly generated lottery number. More information about the housing lottery can be found on MySLC - Housing Selection.

Andrews Court

Andrews Court consists of 12 two-story units. Each unit houses six or seven people in single rooms with a common area and small kitchen.

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Andrews House

Andrews House is a converted Tudor-style, three-story home. Students live on the second and third floor and share a small kitchenette.

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Brebner

Located on Mead Way, Brebner is a converted single-family home that houses 11 students. The first floor has a kitchen and small dining area.

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Curtis

Located next to the Early Childhood Center, Curtis is a two-story building with a separate apartment on each floor. The “A” apartment consists of four singles, a kitchen, and a bathroom. The “B” apartment consists of two doubles and two singles, along with a kitchen and common area.

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Dudley Lawrence

One of the original residences, Dudley Lawrence is a three-story, Tudor-style hall located on the main campus. Rooms are configured as suites, with two rooms connected by a bathroom.

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Garrison

Garrison is the center of three interconnected buildings along the west side of campus. Each floor shares a large community bathroom, and the building shares a kitchenette.

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Hill House

Hill House is an apartment-style building near the Campbell Sports Center. Each apartment houses three to six students who share a kitchen and common area. Students also have access to a television lounge and computer study area.

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Kober

Kober is a converted home on the south end of campus that houses the Early Childhood Center on the first floor and nine students on the second floor. The house boasts a common area and large kitchen.

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Lynd

Lynd House is a converted two-story, single-family home where students share a kitchen and large common room. Located across Kimball Avenue from the area known as “inner campus,” Lynd is a short walk to any destination.

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MacCracken

One of the original Sarah Lawrence residence halls, MacCracken is a three-story, Tudor-style hall on the main campus. Rooms are configured as suites, with two rooms connected by a bathroom. The first floor includes faculty offices, a dance studio, a 24-hour study space, and a large meeting room.

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Mansell

Mansell is a converted single-family home on Mead Way that houses 14 students. The first floor has a kitchen and a small dining area.

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Morris

Morris is a converted single-family home on Mead Way that houses 15 students. The first floor has a kitchen and a small dining area.

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OSilas

Built to match the Tudor-style of Sarah Lawrence’s original residence halls, OSilas has recently undergone a substantial renovation. OSilas is the closest residence hall to Bates Center for Student Life, and offers students all-gender, quiet housing. The third floor is a substance-free floor.

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Perkins

Perkins is a converted single-family home on Mead Way that houses 12 students. The first floor has a kitchen and a large common room.

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Rothschild

Rothschild has six air-conditioned apartments, each consisting of four or six single rooms. Each apartment has a kitchen, living room, and small dining area. Located next to the Performing Arts Center, Rothschild is the sought-after home for students who have late-night rehearsals.

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Schmidt

Schmidt is a converted single-family home on Mead Way that houses eight students. The first floor has a kitchen, small dining area, and large common room.

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Slonim House

Located on the south side of campus, Slonim House is a two-story residence with a mix of single and double rooms.

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Slonim Woods

Slonim Woods consists of 11 cooperative living units. Each two-story unit includes eight single rooms with a common area and small kitchen.

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Taylor

Taylor is the northern block of the three interconnected buildings along the west side of inner campus. Each floor shares a large community bathroom and the building shares a kitchenette.

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Titsworth

Built to match the Tudor-style of Sarah Lawrence’s original residence halls, Titsworth is a three-story residence hall where rooms are configured as suites, with two rooms connected by a bathroom. Students share a small kitchenette.

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Tweed

Tweed is a converted Tudor-style, single-family home that houses 19 students. The first floor of Tweed has a kitchen, and there is a backyard where students picnic and study on sunny days.

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Warren Green

Warren Green is Sarah Lawrence College’s first sustainable house, and is home to 13 students who commit to living a sustainable lifestyle. The house has a community garden, solar panels, and energy-efficient appliances.

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Westlands

Located on the third floor of the main administrative building, Westlands is home to mostly first-year students and consists largely of triple rooms with shared bathrooms.

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