George Williams College

New Resident Information

Housing Rates (Per Semester)

Single $3,610
Double $2,635
Triple $1,860

Meal Plans (Per Semester)

9 meal plan = $1,275
14 meal plan = $2,235
19 meal plan = $2,400

New Resident Housing Contracts

Secure your spot in our residence halls by making your housing deposit and completing the housing contract.

Housing Assignments

New student housing assignments will be made at the end of July for fall semester starts and end of December for spring semester starts.

Make it a "Home Sweet Home"

Whether this will be your first time living away from your family or you are a returning resident, we encourage you to bring the comforts of home to campus and personalize your room. Here’s a list of necessary and optional items you should bring to campus:

Essential Items:

  • Telephone
  • TV and cable cord
  • Surge protector/power cords
  • Computer
  • Non-halogen lamps
  • Extra-long twin bed sheets, pillows, comforter and blankets
  • Towels and washcloths
  • Personal toiletries (soap, shampoo, medication, etc.)
  • Laundry basket/bag and detergent
  • Ironing board and iron
  • Hangers
  • School supplies 

Optional Items:

  • Storage boxes that can fit under a bed
  • Area rug or carpet
  • Microwave (no more than 700 watts)
  • Small refrigerator (up to 4 cubic feet)
  • Stereo and headphones
  • Alarm clock
  • DVD player or video games
  • Bathrobe and rubber flip-flops for the showers
  • Shower caddy
  • Cups and bowls for snacking in room
  • Pictures and home mementos
  • Posters (please use poster putty to stick to walls)

Please leave the following items at home: George Foreman grills, waterbeds, halogen lamps, cooking appliances, decorative lights, multiple outlet adapters, candles and air conditioners. These items are prohibited in the residence halls, due to fire and safety precautions.

We strongly encourage you to talk to your roommates before move-in day and decide what items you will bring and what items you can share.

George Williams College is not responsible for lost or damaged personal items brought into the residence halls. Please make sure to check whether your family home insurance covers your personal items. If not, please purchase rental insurance before moving to campus.