Randolph-Macon's Special Interest Housing program provides opportunities for students with shared educational interests to live together in college-owned houses on campus and build relationships with other students who have similar interests. All sophomores, juniors and seniors in good standing are eligible to participate in this unique housing opportunity. If space is available, freshmen or transfers may also apply.
Interested students must apply to the special interest housing program. During this process students, with the help of their advisor, will set specific learning goals and articulate a plan or project for achieving those goals.
If you are interested in living in a house, contact the department (below) that oversees the house. Traditionally selection for the upcoming fall occurs in early spring.
International House (Knight House)
The International House provides housing to new and returning international students, as well as American students who apply to live in the house. Since the house accommodates a wide range of nationalities, students will learn to live in a unique, diverse atmosphere. Through monthly programming, the International House promotes cultural diversity and understanding among all students on campus.
- 6 bedrooms with beds, desks, chairs and dressers
- 2 bathrooms
- Common areas include living room, dining room and kitchen