Residential Village

A total of 32 (mainly Victorian) homes line Main Street and surroundings with 22 serving as home to  upperclass students during the academic year. The homes have been preserved but also transformed by the college to accommodate student living. Each house includes a full kitchen and laundry room. Students who live on Main Street cherish the quaint bedrooms and unique common spaces that contribute to a special “home away from home” feeling. The Special Interest (SPINT) and Affinity Housing Programs also reside in the Main Street Residential Village.

624 Main St.

732 Main St.

624 Main Todd
This quaint single gender house is perfect for those looking for a tranquil place to live and study. The house has a kitchen, and the bathrooms were recently renovated. Its central location offers easy access to the library, Commons and the Innovation and Discovery Center. Come home to spacious rooms with lots of natural light. This house has a kitchen, beautiful patio area out back, and tons of charming architectural details inside the house. This is a single gender house.

777 Main St.

942 Main St.

777 942
Queer House, a SPINT housing option that is gender inclusive. Home to the LGBTQ+ Affinity community, this house features a cozy front porch, large common room, and beautiful kitchen. It is also located right near the IDC. Along with 944, 942 is a more recently renovated house with a mixture of spacious rooms and good natural light. The front porch of the house is one of the stand-out features for this community. This is a co-ed residence hall.

944 Main St.

Clamer

944 2 Clamer
944 offers a great location for those interested in campus life as well as communty life, being only a short walk the Trappe Shoping Center. This co-ed house has a large kitchen area, TV lounge, and lots of natural light throughout. Located at 409 Main Street, Clamer features charming and unique architectural details along with spacious rooms. Residents of this community often get very close and enjoy the comfort of the house. It’s closeness to locations like Quick Stop and large, wrap around porch are exciting components for residents too.

Cloake

Duryea

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This beautiful house located at 811 Main Street offers a smaller, close knit community with a comfortable living room, large kitchen, and plentiful yard space. Cloake House is seen as a home for many students of color on campus, making the community a truly diverse space on campus. Cloake is a gender inclusive home. Located just across the street form the library at 612 Main Street, this house offers a great community atmosphere among a social hub of Main Street. The house has a large common room and is easily identified by it’s large front porch. This is a single gender residence.

Elliott

Hillel House (Yost)

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As a previous house of a former Ursinus president, this community is noteable for it’s large common room and kitchen. The beautiful exterior of the house as well it’s proximity to academic buildings and the Wellness Center make this location ideal for students. Elliott is located at at 785 Main Street and is single gender. This gender-inclusive house serves as a central hub for Jewish life and education on campus. It’s newly renovated common space and kitchen allow for frequent use by residents as well as members of the Hillel student organization for programming and Shabbat dinners. It is located  at 33 Sixth Avenue.

Hobson

Isenberg

Hobson Isenberg
Located on the corner of Main Street and Sixth Avenue, this single gender house is a great option for students looking to connect with others along Main Street. It is directly across from the Eger Gateway and Myrin Library, making it a great place for balancing academic and social wellness on campus. One of the most historic houses in Collegeville, this beautiful stone home offers great amenities along Main Street. This co-ed house is located at 801 Main Street near academic buildings like Pfahler and the IDC while also being steps away from the Wellness Center. Look for the iconic stone mile marker sign on the corner of the property!

Lynnewood

Maples

Lynnewood Maples
This co-ed house located at 702 Main Street features a grand front porch that is perfect for relaxing and studying on beautiful days in Collegeville. The cozy common room and kitchen are ideal for community building. The house is also located just across the street from the Innovation and Discovery Center. Located just across from the new Commons building, Maples offers a rich social experience for students due to its close knit nature. Residents enjoy the large backyard space and often spend time relaxing and even cooking on the grill outside. Maples is single gender and located at 512 Main Street.

Musser

Olevian

musser Olevian
This house is the largest of all Main Street communities, offering multiple common lounges and two kitchens within the building. The house hosts the International SPINT community where many international students and even the foreign language TAs find home. It is a co-ed home located at 23 Sixth Avenue. Residents of this house will quickly notice the beauty and uniqueness of the decorative fire place just inside of the main entrance as well as the large front porch. The house is located centrally along Main Street, offering a convenient location to academic buildings. Olevian is single gender and located at 640 Main Street.

Omwake

Schaff

Omwake Schaff
This is the Main Street house closest to academic buildings on campus and is characterized by it’s unique architecture. The large common room and relaxing front porch also make this house a true home for the residents who choose this location. Omwake is single gender and located at 701 Main Street, just steps from the Innovation and Discovery Center. As the Writing & Arts SPINT community, many residents bond over their shared interest in performance, music, and literature. This Main Street house is also located at 646 Main Street, just across the street from the Thomas, Pfahler, and IDC academic buildings on campus. Schaff is a gender inclusive residence.

Schreiner

Todd

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This former residence of Ursinus’ founding President Bomberger is located on the corner of Sixth Avenue and Main Street, across the street from the Eger Gateway. The co-ed house has a charming porch, kitchen, and shares a beautiful back yard space with Musser Hall. The location of the house and social nature contribute to a vibrant living experience.  This Main Street house is located near 8th avenue at 724 Main and features a great sized common room, in addition to a comfortable and relaxing front porch. Residents also enjoy using the grill in the backyard for socializing with friends on beautiful days. Todd is a single gender residence.

Wicks

Zwingli

wicks Zwingli
As one of the larger houses along Main Street, this building features several different styles of rooms to meet resident preferences. The large common room and kitchen in the house are perfect for studying with classmates or socializing over food and activities. Wicks is co-ed and located at 716 Main Street. For residents with a love of video gaming and different types of technology, this is an ideal house to participate in engaging activities with your peers. This SPINT house features a large common room and convenient location to classes as well, making it an ideal location. Zwingli is located at 620 Main Street and is gender inclusive.