The Graduate College and the Annexes

Dine, socialize, gather, and connect in historic spaces that have brought graduate students together for more than 100 years.

Nearly 430 students call the Graduate College home, a beautiful residential complex rich with French collegiate gothic and mid-century architectural details. The Annexes include a variety of historic homes near the Graduate College, converted into student housing on tree-lined streets.

Essential Graduate College Facilities

Discover essential services at the Graduate College

 

Porter's Lodge

 Visit the Porter’s Lodge, the main Graduate School office, for services from package delivery to equipment rentals.

Graduate College House Committee

Get to know the GCHC and get involved! You’ll quickly find that they are a central force in enhancing all aspects of community life at the Graduate College. Graduate College and Annex residents are members of the Graduate College House Committee and graduate students living in on campus apartments are automatically non-resident members* of the Graduate College House Committee and can participate in programs and activities at the Graduate College. Graduate students living off campus can apply for non-resident membership.

GC House Non-Resident Membership “Opt-In” Request for Academic Year 2022-2023 (for graduate students who live off campus)

*GC House Non-Resident Membership “Opt-Out” Request for Academic Year 2022-2023 (for university apartment contract holders)

Move-In, Dining, and Beyond

The Graduate Housing Office offers key information to help you, including move-in details, policies, and more.

The Annexes

Adjacent to campus, the graduate Annexes include single rooms in three-story houses. They are embedded in life at the Graduate College and served by the Graduate College House Committee.

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