Living on Campus
More than 90 percent of students live on campus, and most stick around on the weekends to enjoy a wide range of cultural, social, and athletic activities. Housing is guaranteed for all four years at Lafayette. Options include traditional residence halls (which have singles, doubles, and suites), town homes, and sorority and fraternity houses.
There also are special living options for students who share a common interest, such as the arts, a foreign culture and language, the environment, and wellness. The McKelvy House Scholars and Grossman House programs provide residential experiences centered on intellectual inquiry, discourse, and exploration.
- Rosh Hashanah September 27, 2014Here at Lafayette, we have a pretty vibrant Jewish community where throughout the school year we come together to celebrate various holidays. This past week, members of Hillel and the Lafayette community came together to celebrate Rosh Hashanah or the Jewish New Year. On Wednesday evening, there was a dinner in the Marlo Room in […]Alexander Gordon-Sandweiss
- On the Best Kept Secret at Lafayette September 25, 2014Hi everyone! My name’s Matt Lebow and this is my first ever post for Lafayette Voices – great to be here. Anyway, I would like to get you guys started with a few insights on where I live, and why I love it here so much. I live in the McKelvy House aka 200 High […]Matthew Lebow