The best way to experience the vibrant Mills community is to live on campus. Because our students represent a wide range of ethnicities, backgrounds, ages, and interests, living together and drawing from that breadth of experience becomes part of the learning process. And, of course, it’s a great way to make lifelong friends.
First-year undergraduate students typically live in our historic Warren Olney and Orchard Meadow residence halls in the center of campus. Students build a strong community that helps them adjust to college life, explore campus, and experience the Bay Area and beyond.
Transfer, resumer, graduate, and continuing Mills students find a welcoming home on our lush, 135-acre campus, where they can enjoy residing in one of our historic Mediterranean-inspired halls or our Craftsman-style apartments.
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The Office of Residential Life fosters a safe, inclusive, and supportive community in which residents develop interpersonal skills and respect for self and others. They also create cocurricular programming that supports your academic success and personal interests.