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COA's residential life program fosters a collaborative living environment within a close-knit academic community. On-campus housing includes both residence halls as well as houses.
Blair / Tyson
Consisting of five 8-resident sections and one 16-resident section, Blair/Tyson is a series of townhouses with a vaguely ski-lodge feel that share common external walls. Read More >>
Seafox is a charming old home full of quirky nooks with a fantastic seaside porch. Our largest single residence, it houses 24 residents including two RAs. Read More >>
Cottage is an old gatehouse we have converted to student housing for six residents. Read More >>
Peach is a small and cozy house with eight residents. Read More >>
Davis Carriage House
Davis Carriage is a recent - and rustic - addition to the available student housing. Read More >>
Kathryn W. Davis Student Residence Village
The Kathryn W. Davis Village, is the college's newest and "greenest" housing complex. The houses in the village are heated by our biomass pellet boiler system and are incredibly energy efficient. Read More >>
Approximately half of COA students live off-campus. There are numerous houses in Bar Harbor and the surrounding Mount Desert Island towns that are owned by summer visitors. Read More >>
Each house has at least one Resident Advisor (RA) living in it. The RAs are returning students who have been selected and trained to help new students make the transition to college life by providing guidance, support and access to campus resources.
The residential life program is also committed to providing substance-free housing for students who are committed to living in an environment free from alcohol or other drugs. COA will offer at least one substance-free house on campus and we will do our utmost to accommodate as many students as request substance-free housing.