Residential life at Lehigh involves an immersive living and learning experience. All of the university’s residential options for first-year students provide a safe, well maintained and welcoming space to live, study, socialize, and learn alongside other students.
A variety of living options beyond residence halls are also available to upperclassmen. Many students are drawn to Greek Life, and choose to live in one of the university’s fraternity houses or sorority houses. Students may also opt for themed housing—such as the Green House, the Substance-Free House and the new Lehigh University Society and Technology House.
There is also Campus Square, Sayre Park Village, Trembley Park—all of which offer the unique residential experience of living in an apartment-style setting
No matter where Lehigh students choose to live on campus, they’ll have the support of professional staff who live in residence halls—talented, caring and supportive individuals who are trained and willing to guide and help students. Our staff is also committed to encouraging personal growth through educational programming and advising.
Our Gryphons—as these undergraduate residential advisors are called at Lehigh—have been an integral part of the residential experience for the past 50 years and are committed to helping to make the Lehigh student experience a positive, stimulating and rewarding one.
Residence Life Web site