More than three-quarters of the Moravian student body is residential, living in one of the residence units of the College. The residence hall environment provides residents with opportunities to learn from one another as well as about themselves. Living in a residence hall helps students realize the effect of their actions on those around them, develop sensitivity to their society, practice self-discipline, and enhance skills in interpersonal relationships.
Residence at the College is available only to full-time students at the institution, unless otherwise determined by the Office of Student Affairs.
Moravian College offers a variety of residence halls located on the Main Street (North) Campus and Priscilla Payne Hurd (South) Campus. To accommodate a range of lifestyle preferences, housing options vary from traditional residence halls to group living spaces including suites, apartments, townhouses, fraternity and sorority houses, and overflow houses. Moravian College also offers a variety of unique housing opportunities including special interest housing, fraternity and sorority housing, and gender-inclusive housing.