Our historic buildings on Woodlawn Avenue will be closed for renovation during the 2021-22 academic year. During this time, Collins residents will be hosted in a designated space in the Foster-Shea residential hall. We’re taking our Collins community spirit with us to our temporary digs! Our students will still enjoy many of the traditions that makes living at Collins so special.
A community of leaders + explorers
Founded in 1972, Collins is student-led with an emphasis on self-governance, the arts, and sustainability. We provide opportunities that foster intellectual exploration, encourage creative expression, and provide ample leadership opportunities.
A community of go-getters + game-changers
Our students teach classes, participate in student groups, organize events, volunteer in the community, take part in philanthropy projects, and more. These meaningful experiences help develop translatable skills that are relevant to a variety of career paths.
Historic buildings in the heart of campus
We are located at one of the most convenient and beautiful spots on campus. Our classic Gothic limestone buildings house an array of arts facilities, dining options, and study nooks. We even have a Sustainability Floor for students dedicated to environmental issues.