Welcome to Gregory, where residents believe that a college house should be more than just a place to study for your Econ 001 midterm, sleep in a one-bedroom, and grab the occasional free slice of pizza. Although the House does provide all that, it is also a place where you can explore new things and feel a real sense of community.

For a start, Gregory celebrates diversity through its Modern Languages Program and cinema through the Film Culture series. But even if German leaves you tongue-tied and the Oscars give you a headache, you will still be welcomed to Sunday brunches, study breaks, and weekly BYOM hot chocolate nights with open arms. With a supportive network of GAs, RAs and dynamic student staff, there's always something going on and someone to talk to - this is a house that's got your back.

So try a new French phrase in the mosaic-festooned Greenhouse, engage in a Star Wars vs. Star Trek debate in the Film Lounge, or simply laugh until you can't breathe in the piano lounge when you're supposed to be studying - this is a House that will embrace you. Visit for a while, or stay four years. Either way, we hope you'll feel at home here.

--Vicky Sakr ‘06, Gregory Alumni Society Chair and Lucid Award Winner 2006

Interested in living in Gregory next year?

Are you a current Gregorian looking to come back next year?  Or an upperclassman living elsewhere interested in Gregory for next year, including the Modern Languages or Film Culture Programs?  Here's some info you need to know:

1. All the details are up to date on our Room Selection page.

2. Both returners and new upperclassmen apply to Gregory during the residential program process that begins on January 15th.

3. If you decide to decline the offer we make you during this process, you can apply to live somewhere else with no penalty.  So there's no harm in applying!

4. Gregory has singles, doubles, quads and quads with living room.  All residents have private bedroom space and all apartments have their own bathroom.

5. We'll be hosting an info session on January 14th, the first night of classes.  Come by, find out about the House and the room selection process, and ask us any questions!