Ann Arbor, MI 48103-3194
Henderson House is a unique cooperative community that houses 28 undergraduate and graduate women. Sophomores through graduate students are welcome to apply. Henderson House is led by a graduate student Resident Director and professional staff. Henderson House is a small, close-knit community where you’ll share household responsibilities like cooking and cleaning. It’s in a residential area of Ann Arbor and is in walking distance from Central Campus. To learn more about the community’s history, how co-op living works, and details about the house, visit the Henderson House Handbook. For current rates or information on the living agreement, and instructions on how to apply, email the Henderson House at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Henderson House was purchased by the University’s Alumnae Council in 1945 and developed for undergraduate women students. It was named after Mary Bartron Henderson who successfully campaigned for the construction of the Michigan League which was originally the Union building for women.
If you live here you'll find:
- Bed (36” x 80”, takes extra long twin linens)
- Ethernet Port
- Recycling Tote
- Integrated Fire and Smoke Alarms
- Fire Suppression System
- Overhead Lighting