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Comprised of Norton House, Raymond House, Sherman House, Tyler House

Community Size: Mistletoe is home to 475 students, supported by a staff of one Residential College Director, one Assistant Residential College Director, and twelve Resident Assistants.

Physical Space & Amenities: The four Mistletoe buildings are considered corridor-style living because there is one, continuous corridor connecting the student rooms on each floor. Both single and double rooms are available on each floor.

Each building has a first floor lounge with a TV, gaming table (pool, ping pong, or foosball), piano, and full kitchen; study rooms on each floor; lounges on each floor with kitchenette; laundry rooms with free services and online monitoring system; indoor bike storage; and vending machines.

Historical Theme: Historically, Mistletoe provided its residents' opportunities to learn about themselves and their communities through service and leadership. The Mistletoe crest features the Mary Chisholm Painter Arch, often referred to as the Mather Arch, linking the residential college to the history of the university through the spirit of the Flora Stone Mather College for Women that blazed educational paths for women in the 19th and 20th centuries.