What is it?
La Maison Française offers a unique environment for students interested in French language, culture, and the francophone world. Residents can participate in weekly dinners, crepe and fondue evenings, film showings, lectures, conversation tables and other special events sponsored by the French Club and the French Honor Society, Pi Delta Phi.
Residents are not required to speak exclusively French, but students living in the French House should want and expect to speak French as often as possible, particularly at group meals and special events.
Who will live there?
First-years and upperclassmen are equally welcome. Residents must have completed French 122 (or qualifying placement score) by the time they live in the house. The house is open to both men and women.
Residents are expected to take pride in the French House. Students should have a positive attitude toward cross-cultural living and communication, contribute to the academic goals of the house, and maintain the cooperative spirit of the house.
Where is it?
The French House is located in the Global Neighborhood beginning fall 2013.
The floor includes:
How much does it cost?
Double rooms are the double room rate and single rooms are the single room rate. The rates for the following academic year are determined during the March Board of Trustees meeting.
How do I apply?
Returning Students: Contact the community advisor(s) and complete an application during the annual online housing selection process.
Incoming Freshmen: Select YES on the First-Year Online Housing Application and answer the essay question and submit it.