Gregory Room Selection FAQ

Gregory is slated for renovation in summer 2020!  We will have air-conditioning next year!

Quick Notes:

1.  Gregory is not a part of the program community process.  Even if you participate in the Film Culture Program  Community or the Modern Languages Program Community, you will go through the "Return to House" process, NOT the "program community" process.  We do this so you can live anywhere in Gregory you like, not just specific rooms.

2.  Rising juniors and seniors can directly retain doubles, quads, or quads with living room, provided those rooms are not designated for first-year students for next fall and everyone in the group is a returning resident.  The list of potentially available upperclass rooms is below.  Singles cannot be retained, but you might have the opportunity to select your current single again during the room selection process.

3. Class and years spent in the House are used to determine your assigned time slot to pick a room.  Manager staff receive the maximum boost possible (though it does not supersede rising junior and senior retention).

4. Most important: for the best chance to get the room you want, you MUST FILL your desired space.  For example, if you want a double, you need to be in a group of two.  A rising senior with theoretically the best housing priority possible will still not receive a double if they apply without a roommate.

 

Gregory Rooms Available for Upperclass Students

Singles*:

Van Pelt: 215, 315, 415 

Class of 1925: 106, 201, 205, 301, 305, 405

Doubles:

Van Pelt: 117, 118, 119, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127

Class of 1925: 102, 103, 104, 109, 110, 111, 112

Quads:

Van Pelt: 201, 202, 203, 204, 208, 209, 210, 213, 214, 218, 219, 304, 308

Class of 1925: 202, 203, 208, 209, 303 

Quads with living rooms:

Van Pelt: 216, 416

Class of 1925: 206, 306

*Our ADA suites (101 C'25 and 116 VP) are assigned directly through Residential Services.  Students requiring these rooms should contact their office directly at 215-898-3547

 

Please don't hesitate to contact the Dean with any questions!