Unity House

Residences

A safe space for everyone on campus serves as residence hall, meeting place and hang-out spot.

A safe space for everyone

With a goal of promoting equality on and off campus, Unity House offers a supportive, educational, social and cultural environment to enhance awareness and acceptance about the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning+ and ally community. Open 24/7, the building serves as a safe space for everyone on campus, as well as a residence hall, meeting place and hang-out spot.

Founded in 2003, Unity House moved into its new space next to Snowden Multicultural Center in 2017. Other program houses include Hillel and Crozier Center for Women.