male housing

Rucker Village

These are townhouse style units on South Campus. These two-story townhouses are reserved for students who are at least sophomore standing. Priority is given to groups with the highest GPA. There are 14 townhouses. Each holds 6 residents and has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a kitchenette and living area. There is also a common […]

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East Campus Apartments

These are apartment style housing near the football stadium. These apartments are reserved for seniors. If space permits, juniors with high GPAs may be allowed to live on East Campus as well. There are 32 apartments. Each apartment holds 4 residents and is fully furnished with a full size bed. There are 2 bathrooms, […]

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Anderson Hall

This is Georgetown’s first-year men’s residence hall. Almost all first-year men will be housed here. It is a three-story building. The first floor houses Georgetown’s Graduate Education Department and Athletic Offices. There is also a Resident Director apartment, laundry room and student lounge on the first floor. The 2nd and 3rd floors are reserved […]

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Kappa Alpha House

Students belonging to the fraternity are given first preference to live here. Any remaining spaces may be made available to upper-class students. The KA house is a three-story building and holds 40 residents. The first floor has lobby space, a kitchen and a Resident Director apartment. The 2nd and 3rd […]

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Lambda Chi Alpha House

Students belonging to the fraternity are given first preference to live here. Any remaining spaces may be made available to upper-class students. The Lamb house is a three-story building and holds 40 residents. The first floor has lobby space, a kitchen and a Resident Director apartment. The 2nd and 3rd […]

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Pi Kappa Alpha House

Students belonging to the fraternity are given first preference to live here. Any remaining spaces may be made available to upper-class students. The Pike house is a three-story building and holds 40 residents. The first floor has lobby space, a kitchen and a Resident Director apartment. The 2nd and 3rd floors have community bathrooms, […]

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Collier Hall

Male hall, primarily for upper-class students, however in some instances first-year students may be permitted to live here. Collier is a three-story building and holds 86 residents. The first floor has a Resident Director apartment, lobby space, laundry facilities, community bathrooms and nine 2-person bedrooms. The 2nd and 3rd floors […]

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Allen Hall

Male hall, primarily for upper-class students, however in some instances first-year students may be permitted to live here. Allen is a three-story building and holds 86 residents. The first floor has a Resident Director apartment, lobby space, laundry facilities, community bathrooms and nine 2-person bedrooms. The 2nd and 3rd floors have seventeen 2-person bedrooms, […]

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President’s House Association House

Students belonging to the organization are given first preference to live here. Any remaining spaces may be made available to upper-class students. The PHA house is a three-story building and holds 40 residents. The first floor has lobby space, a kitchen and a Resident Director apartment. The 2nd and 3rd […]

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Phi Kappa Tau House

Students belonging to the fraternity are given first preference to live here. Any remaining spaces may be made available to upper-class students. The Phi Tau house is a three-story building and holds 40 residents. The first floor has lobby space, a kitchen and a Resident Director apartment. The 2nd and […]

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