Welcome to the two new main campus residential colleges!
Warren college and Moore college are the latest of Vanderbilt's residential options and the first to expand the residential college model to central campus. Once students enter Warren or Moore college in their sophomore year, they can remain in the same hall as juniors and seniors. This residential option conveys the ambience of a small college community for students who will span years and majors, while still affording them an education at a world-class research university with a wide variety of undergraduate academic programs.
While Warren and Moore colleges don't open their doors until Fall 2014, the students who will be their first residents will be selected much earlier, through application and lottery. The longer-term expectation will be that students will enter in the sophomore year and remain until graduation, but in this first year, equal numbers of seniors, juniors, and sophomores will be selected. Learn more about the housing assignment process.
On these pages you will find more information about the residential colleges themselves, their facilities and living arrangements, the faculty directors of Warren and Moore colleges, and the history of College Halls in the larger Vanderbilt living and learning landscape.