Housing

A Community of Individuals

Charming Mediterranean-style residences. Contemporary townhouses. Spacious, light-filled rooms. Apartments with views. A campus that smells like eucalyptus.

Living on campus allows you to become part of the vibrant community of students—students who come from an enormous range of ethnicities, backgrounds, ages, and interests—who make Mills the colorful, eclectic place it is.

The diversity of Mills women gives you a global microcosm from which to learn and develop deep friendships. And you'll find that it's not unusual to see students debating politics in the living room at Warren Olney. Or discussing a philosophy reading in one of Orchard Meadow's libraries.

Wherever you choose to live at Mills, you'll meet women interested in extending their education into every corner of their lives.

Visit our housing site for details about living on campus.

A Room of One's Own

Most students who live on campus have the option of living in single rooms.

Our first-year residence halls, for example, are charming, historic buildings with antique furniture in the common areas. Rooms include hardwood floors or carpeting, sinks, original woodwork and, in some cases, outdoor California sleeping porches.

Our first-year residences also provide:

  • Themed Living Learning Communities
  • Wireless Internet
  • Grand pianos
  • Laundry facilities
  • Kitchens
  • Computer labs
  • Recreation rooms
  • 24-hour secure entrances



Last Updated: 2/7/13