Vanderbilt Offers an Array of Housing Options
The Vanderbilt University campus offers an array of residential accommodations including traditional single and double residence hall rooms as well as suites, lodges, and apartment style housing.
All accommodations are furnished, air conditioned, and equipped with both Wi-Fi and Ethernet data ports and cable television ports. Many spaces are fully accessible. Amenities unique to each residence hall include lounges, kitchens, laundry facilities, music practice rooms and markets. Several residence halls have lounges, study spaces and seminar rooms as well. Room rates are available with linen or without linen.
The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons
Inspired by Thomas Jefferson’s plan for the University of Virginia, the Peabody campus has been a registered Historic Landmark since 1966. The classic symmetry of the Peabody architecture and generous green spaces present an interesting counterpoint to Vanderbilt’s more informal, park-like original campus. The Commons has ten houses grouped around four quads, many are LEED certified. Each residential facility has a mixture of double and single occupancy rooms, a technology enriched seminar room, laundry facilities, abundant light and common spaces. The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons Center is conveniently located near all the Commons residence halls and is home to meeting spaces, the Commons Dining Gallery and our very own coffee shop and market, Common Grounds.
The Heart of Main Campus
Vanderbilt’s original campus is both a certified national arboretum and home to the majority of on-campus housing including the Branscomb Quadrangle, the historic Alumni Lawn, and more. Guests are housed in a variety of double and single occupancy rooms in traditional halls and a limited number of apartments and suites. In addition, the Main Campus is home to the Student Life Center, Sarratt Student Center | Rand Hall, Alumni Hall and a variety of academic buildings perfect for meetings and events.