Living in Carleton Halls and Houses
- Fire safety, severe weather safety, room safety, and emergency contact information. Safety is fundamental to group living. We need each resident to do his/her share in keeping our residential spaces safe for everyone. Please contact Security Services or Residential Life if you have any questions.
- See a 360 degree view of an actual student room.
- Two documents are provided that give suggestions/guidance in developing a good relationship with your roommate: Roommate Relations: A Guide and Roommate Boundaries and Rights. Roommate Expectations and Our Roommate Agreement are also available here.
- As a resident of an off-campus house, you will enjoy many benefits: the casual intimacy of small group living, the charm of an old house with a porch and backyard—in short, the pleasures of living in a home. Living in a Carleton house will also mean adjusting to a unique environment—a residential neighborhood. Within your house you will experience on-campus student life, while around your house you will be part of an off-campus community. You will need to balance your student life and use of the College house with consideration for your Northfield neighbors—neighbors who most likely have lifestyles different from your own. As a new Northfield neighbor, you will be expected to abide by neighborhood standards.