Housing and Residential Life
Learning and Living Together
Harvey Mudd College is a residential campus where students learn and collaborate together inside and outside of the classroom. Ninety-nine percent of students live on campus all four years, creating an energetic, supportive community.
The Office of Residential Life provides programs and services that support the academic mission of the College and the Standards of Conduct within the HMC Honor Code. Residential Life strives to foster a diverse and collaborative residential environment where community members share in intellectual exchange, broaden their personal understanding of themselves, and contribute responsibly to the development of their community.
Learn about resident expectations, learning outcomes and more.Learn More
There are nine residence halls on campus, each unique in their own way.Learn More
Halls Opening and Closing Information
Know before you go! Important information to learn before you pack up.Learn More