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Residence Life and Housing

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COVID-19 Housing Information

COVID Residence Hall Expectations are available.

The residence halls are currently in Phase A (updated Wednesday, November 10, 2020).

Dining Hall COVID Plans are available. 

Common areas are currently closed. When open and accessible, these space should not exceed the number of residents listed below:

  • Bernhardt-Wilhelm - 3 residents in upper main lounge (near kitchen); 4 residents on lower level of main lounge (near fireplace); 2 residents on mezzanine loft of main lounge
  • Clewell - 2 residents in the ground floor lounge; 1 resident in the smaller lounges
  • Jo Smith - 6 residents in ground floor lounge, 6 residents in first floor main lounge; 1 resident in common lounge at end of each hallway
  • Main - 7 residents in 1st floor President’s Lounge and 6 residents in ground floor lounge
  • Nitschmann - 6 residents in 1st floor lounge and 1 resident in common lounge with kitchen on each floor
  • Rau-Hassler - 22 residents in 1st floor main lounge and 14 residents in ground floor lounge
  • Spangenberg - 1 resident in 1st floor lounge area and 1 resident in ground floor lounge

WHAT TO BRING & EXPECT 

Residents are encouraged to have multiple masks and a personal use thermometer. If possible, residents should have hand sanitizer, wipes, and household sanitizing materials for their space and personal use. The College provides sanitizing supplies in areas across campus including classrooms and meetings spaces, but it is helpful for residents to also have some of their own. 

The COVID Residence Hall Expectations  outline visitation as well as when residents may unmask in the residence hall. Residence Life Staff have been trained on these expectations and review them with residents. Residents need to take personal responsibility, as well as hold each other to these standards, for the health and safety of our community.

Additional information regarding housing options and operations due to COVID is available within the frequently asked questions document. 


More than 65% of undergraduate students live on-campus. The residence hall environment provides students with opportunities to learn from one another as well as about themselves. Living in a residence hall helps students realize the effect of their actions on those around them, develop sensitivity, and enhance skills in interpersonal relationships.

All full-time undergraduate students are guaranteed and are expected to live on-campus, or commute from their permanent address. The College reserves the right to offer off-campus housing to a select number of eligible students.

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On-Campus Housing

Most Moravian students choose to live on campus. Check out your residence hall options.

 

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Off-Campus Housing

Moravian offers support for students wishing to locate housing off-campus.

 

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Commuter Life

Moravian is home to many commuters. Learn about opportunities to get involved as a commuter.

 

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Residence Hall Schedule

Mark your calendars for the hall opening & closing schedule.