Third World House (Price)

100 Forest Street

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Capacity: 50 students (first-years, sophomores, juniors, seniors)

Building Photos:

South Side (exterior)

Room Types

 Building Staff

Single Occupancy

Open Double

2 Resident Assistants (RA)

 

Floor Plans

Amenities

First Floor

 

Seminar Room

Kitchen

Library 

Study Lounge

Second Floor

Laundry facilities

Other Features

  • Connection with Multicultural Resource Center (MRC)
  • Price House welcomes and acts as a safe space for those who identify as a marginalized person including people of color, first generation college students, low income families, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, questioning and transgender students, and allies of all these groups
  • While the house is not affiliated with the Third World Co-op, some Price residents are members of the Co-op. Others choose to share meals together in the nearby Lord-Saunders Dining Hall
  • Each resident is required to facilitate a house program and attend a Trans-Allyship Workshop organized by the Multicultural Resource Center
  • Application is required to live in Price House (must be logged into Oberlin email to access form)

Those wanting to make common space room reservations should contact the Program House Area Coordinator