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Second-Year Housing

As a second-year student, your learning-enhanced residential experience continues. Some students will choose to build on their leadership skills and apply to become a Gryphon within the residential buildings. If you choose to join a Greek organization with a chapter house on campus, you will live in the chapter house. Others will take advantage of the expanded themed housing options for second-year students. No matter the housing choice students select, they’ll be given a variety of opportunities during their second year to develop their community and relationships through residential living.

Residence Halls

Building Name

Building Features

Brodhead House
Suite Style

4295
Features:
  • Air Conditioned
  • Dining hall on first floor
  • Fitness on third floor
  • Elevator
Features:
  • Air Conditioned
  • Dining hall on first floor
  • Fitness on third floor
  • Elevator

Drinker House
Residence Hall

Features:
  • Close proximity to Hawk's Nest and Lamberton
  • Named after Lehigh President Henry Sturgis Drinker
Features:
  • Close proximity to Hawk's Nest and Lamberton
  • Named after Lehigh President Henry Sturgis Drinker

Farrington Square
Apartment Style

4295
Features:
  • Air Conditioned
  • Elevator
  • Adjacent to the university bookstore, mail center, retail spaces and farmers market
Features:
  • Air Conditioned
  • Elevator
  • Adjacent to the university bookstore, mail center, retail spaces and farmers market

House 085
Shared House

Features:
  • Music practice room
  • Parking at the building
  • Large kitchen and dining room for social gatherings
     
Features:
  • Music practice room
  • Parking at the building
  • Large kitchen and dining room for social gatherings
     

House 087
Shared House

Features:
  • Small fitness center
  • Parking at the building
  • Spacious common areas for gathering
     
Features:
  • Small fitness center
  • Parking at the building
  • Spacious common areas for gathering
     

House 088
Shared House

Features:
  • Parking at the building
  • Smaller community living
  • Large kitchen and dining room for social gatherings
Features:
  • Parking at the building
  • Smaller community living
  • Large kitchen and dining room for social gatherings

House 089
Shared House

Features:
  • Parking at the building
  • Separate lounges for quiet study
  • Large kitchen and dining room for social gatherings
Features:
  • Parking at the building
  • Separate lounges for quiet study
  • Large kitchen and dining room for social gatherings

House 093
Shared House

Features:
  • Parking at the building
  • Spacious Common areas for gathering
  • Separate lounges for quiet study
  • Location accessible by convenient Transit loop
Features:
  • Parking at the building
  • Spacious Common areas for gathering
  • Separate lounges for quiet study
  • Location accessible by convenient Transit loop

House 096
Shared House

Features:
  • Parking at the building
  • Spacious Common areas for gathering
  • Large kitchen for social programs
Features:
  • Parking at the building
  • Spacious Common areas for gathering
  • Large kitchen for social programs

Sayre Park Village
Apartment Style

4295
Features:
  • Common Building with a fireplace and classroom area
  • Great view of the city of Bethlehem 
Features:
  • Common Building with a fireplace and classroom area
  • Great view of the city of Bethlehem 
Features:
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • Cafe/Coffee House and fitness center in Hitch House
  • Multipurpose studio in Maida House
Features:
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • Cafe/Coffee House and fitness center in Hitch House
  • Multipurpose studio in Maida House

Umoja House
Shared House

Features:
  • Balcony with grill off first floor
  • Game room
Features:
  • Balcony with grill off first floor
  • Game room

Warren Square A
Shared House

Features:
  • Quaint living in a small house with air conditioned bedrooms
Features:
  • Quaint living in a small house with air conditioned bedrooms

Warren Square B
Shared House

Features:
  • Quaint living in a small house with air conditioned bedrooms
Features:
  • Quaint living in a small house with air conditioned bedrooms

Warren Square C
Shared House

Features:
  • Quaint living in a small house with air conditioned bedrooms
Features:
  • Quaint living in a small house with air conditioned bedrooms

Warren Square D
Shared House

Features:
  • Quaint living in a small house with air conditioned bedrooms
Features:
  • Quaint living in a small house with air conditioned bedrooms

Warren Square E
Shared House

Features:
  • Quaint living in a small house with air conditioned bedrooms
Features:
  • Quaint living in a small house with air conditioned bedrooms

Other Types of Housing

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Themed Housing Communities

Themed housing communities are available for second-year students and up. There are established themed houses to choose from or you and a few friends can create your own.

Learn more about these communities offering unique living environments and resources >

Fraternity Housing

Fraternity and Sorority Housing

Fraternity and sorority housing is available to students who choose Greek life and want to remain on campus, living with their fellow sorority sisters and fraternity brothers.

Learn more about these Greek housing options >

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Suite- and Apartment-Style Housing

Apartment- and suite-style housing have special amenities such as single bedrooms, kitchens, laundry, and living spaces to share with friends.

Learn more about these options available to second-, third-, fourth- and fifth-year students >

Specific Housing Details

Current students looking for specific housing details like floor plans, room rates, room assignments and more, should contact Lehigh Housing Services.

Visit Lehigh Housing Services’ website >

Transfer Students

Students transferring into Lehigh University will have the opportunity to live in on-campus housing. There is a residency requirement for first- and second-year students which, based on some transfer circumstances, may be waived if a student meets the exemption requirements. The housing team will work with transfer students to find the most suitable housing for your individual situation.

Learn more about the transfer housing process >