Housing Options

A Great Place to Live

Elmhurst offers a variety of housing options, from traditional residence hall rooms to apartments and houses.

If you choose to live on campus as a first-year student, you’ll live in a residence hall with a roommate. You can request a specific roommate by mutually listing each other on the housing application. Transfer students may request housing in campus apartments or houses.

Residence Halls

Cureton Hall

This air-conditioned residence hall features double and single rooms arranged in small communities.

Dinkmeyer Hall

Overlooking the College Mall, Dinkmeyer features suite-style rooms and a large central lounge.

Niebuhr Hall

Overlooking the College Mall, Niebuhr offers housing for about 120 people in double rooms.

Schick Hall

The College’s oldest and largest residence hall, Schick features single rooms as well as doubles, floor lounges, and laundry facilities on each floor.

Stanger Hall

Fully air conditioned, Stanger boasts large gathering spaces and kitchenettes.

West Hall

The College’s newest residence hall, this LEED-certified building features spacious suites, new furnishings and air conditioning.

Apartments and Campus Houses

Twelve College-owned houses and two apartment complexes offer a more private experience in close proximity to the center of campus.

Elm Park Apartments

At the edge of campus, Elm Park features one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with fully equipped kitchens, internet, cable and common laundry facilities.

Prospect Apartments

This community houses 28 students in two- and three-bedroom apartments on the eastern edge of campus.

Campus Houses

Twelve houses located near the center of campus offer additional independence for juniors and seniors.

Summer Housing

If you’re spending the summer at Elmhurst for classes, work, research or an internship, you could qualify for summer housing.

Office of Residence Life

West Hall, South Entrance

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