Campus Program Houses

The College of Wooster owns several on campus houses that are used to house upper class students. Occupancy in houses ranges from 4 to 20+ students. 

Campus Program Houses are groups of students connected by a student organization or other on-campus initiative that provides programming or services to the College of Wooster Campus. One example of a previous Campus Program House is Common Grounds which serves as an on campus coffee shop completely run by students.

Campus Program Houses may also contain students who provide service to an outside agency in the greater Wooster Community through the Wooster Volunteer Network (WVN). Each student is required to provide eight hours of service per month to that agency. 4 Paws For Ability where students help train service dogs is an example of a WVN House.

Charter Houses

Charter houses are historic programs with strong ties to minority constituencies on campus and in the community. The Men of Harambee and Women of Images are both Charter houses.

Campus Program House application information

Houses and Occupancy

House Year Built Singles Doubles Multiples or Triples
Aultz House 1987 2 3 0
Avery House 1990 1 3 0
Bryan House 1950 1 3 1
Calcei House 1943 1 3 1
Colonial House  1920 
Corner House  1920 
East End Apartments  1967 
Fairlawn Apartments  1968 
Gable House  1908 
Grosjean House  1920 
Helms Duplex  1957 
Henderson Apartments  1938/57 
Hider Apartment A  1976 
Hider Apartment B  1976 
Hider House  1920 
Howell House  1912 
Iceman House  1982 
Johnson House  1935 
Kate House  1930 
Kennedy Apartments 1963 0 8 0
Kieffer House 1950 1 1 2
Lewis House 1920 1 3 1
McDavitt House 1920 1 2 0
Miller Manor 1872 2 2 5
Reed House 1930 0 2 2
Rickett House 1920 5 0 0
Schlabach House 1920 1 2 0
Shearer House 1936 2 3 0
Stadium House 1924 4 2 0
Troyer House 1904 1 2 2
Weber House 1887 3 4 0
Westminster Cottage 1900 3 7 4
Yost House 1930 1 3 0