Campus Living Options

William & Mary's Residence Halls offer variety for students, including a number of options designed to meet the interests and needs of our diverse student population.

Special Interest Housing:
  • Africana House promotes awareness of Africa and provides an informal setting where students are introduced to African history, cultures, and current events.
  • Language houses immerse students in a living environment that fosters increased language study and cultural awareness.  Some of the language house options include: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hispanic, Italian, Japanese, and Russian.
  • Mosaic House engages students in on-going intellectual exchange about culture, diversity, interracial community, and sexuality. Mosaic House provides a supportive space for students at the intersection of the campus's growing diversification and also welcomes students who wish to expand their cross-cultural understanding.
  • Reves International House is William & Mary's own "Global Village," housing international and domestic students with an interest in international affairs.
Adaptive Housing:
  • Residence Life provides adaptive housing accommodations for students with a demonstrated need for priority accommodations based on gender identity or religious need. Students wishing to request adaptive housing should begin by contacting Residence Life.
Flexible Housing:
  • Flexible Housing is an option in which two, three, four or six upper-class or graduate students elect to share an apartment regardless of sex, gender, or gender expression.