Complementing the College’s many other residential options, living groups provide a residential experience centered on intellectual inquiry, discourse, and exploration. The intellectual communities mentioned below are just two of many opportunities.
McKelvy house Scholars
Up to 19 intellectually curious and engaged students reside together in historic McKelvy House (designed by McKim, Mead, and White) and participate in a program of discourse and interaction, with student-led Sunday dinner discussions on provocative topics as the centerpiece.
Intellectually curious and engaged, the Reeder Fellows reside in a distinctive off-campus home. They explore ideas through weekly conversations, led by students and distinguished guests in various fields, that are open to the college community.