In Ezra Stiles, the Dean is responsible for all housing assignments. The housing lottery and draw takes place during the spring term. Room allocation is implemented by the housing committee, which is composed of the dean and two permanent representatives from each class.

Housing Information for 2020-2021  

Intent:  Students should declare their intent to live on- or off-campus in Vesta by:  March 6, 2020

HOUSING INFO SESSIONS, Monday, March 2, in the crescent theater
  • Mandatory for Class of 2023 - 9:00 pm
  • Optional for Class of 2022 - 9:45 pm
  • Optional for Class of 2021 - 10:15 pm 
housing steps, dates & more information 

**Special Notice: As of 3/30/2020 Housing Dates and Deadlines for all classes have been updated**

Rising Sophomores (Class of 2023)

Housing Rules for Rising Sophomores

Rising Juniors (Class of 2022)

Housing Rules for Rising Juniors 

 Rising Seniors (Class of 2021)

Housing Rules for Rising Seniors

Please note: 

The Housing Committee reserves the right to modify or update the housing rules at any time if the situation warrants. In addition, suite assignments can be changed to ensure fairness and to make sure that everyone has a place to live. All decisions will be made at the discretion of the Housing Committee, the Dean, and the Head of College. All decisions are final.


Dean Murphy Temple

Class of 2020: Gina Zhu and Tiana Wang

Class of 2021: Jaeger Johnson

Class of 2022: Reta Behnam and Tony Leche

Class of 2023:  Annie Giman and Sam Vitale

Insurance information: 

Yale is not responsible for loss of, or damage to, any personal belongings anywhere on or off campus, whether in a dormitory room, an off-campus apartment, or a storage area, regardless of the cause of the loss or damage. All students are encouraged to make their own arrangements to obtain insurance against loss or damage.

Yale’s Office of Enterprise Risk Management provides access for students to a comprehensive insurance policy to protect student personal belongings. Details can be found at https://ogc.yale.edu/erm/ins/protecting-personal-property-yale-university-camp