Living at Leland

The application process

Prospective members and subletters should submit an application using the form below to start the membership process.

When folks apply at Stone Soup, all members look over the application and decide whether or not to proceed with an interview. Coordinating 10 people for an interview can take several days, so expect to hear back from us no earlier than one week from the time you submit your application. If members decide to interview, the applicant will be invited first for a tour of the house and then for a potluck meal several days later. Following that, members will let the applicant know their decision within approximately 10 days. This process can take a while, so we encourage applicants to apply at least two months before their move date.

Apply to live at Leland

If you prefer, you can download this application.


Name by which you would like to be addressed

Pronouns (they/them, she/her, he/him, ze/zir, etc.)
I am looking to become a

Phone number


How did you find out about Stone Soup Co-op?

What’s the best way to get in touch with you?

When are you interested in moving in?

How long do you intend to live at Leland House?

If you are not membershipped now, do you want to be considered if a spot opens up later on?

Until when?

Rent varies according to room. Monthly rent covers all utilities, supplies and food. Will you be able to meet the monthly rent of $505-640?


Membership includes a one-time deposit of $500. This fee is reimbursable upon moving out. Will you be able to make this deposit?*

Describe your commitment to social justice. Please tell us about justice work you have done: your past experiences, your present work, and your future plans.

How do you find joy? (Hobbies, pastimes, passions, strategies for self-care, etc.)

Stone Soup is committed to equality and support of all its members, and dedicated to doing anti-oppression work within the house. How do you embody social justice in your everyday life? What have you done to contribute to building or supporting a community that you have been a part of?

Tell us a bit about conflict. How do you let folks know when you have serious or trivial conflicts with their actions or behaviors? What steps do you take if the conflict is not immediately resolved or returns? How do you prefer to be engaged with when someone feels they have serious or trivial conflicts with your actions or behaviors?

Why are you interested in living in the Stone Soup community? What do you want to get out of your co-op experience? What skills and experience can you bring to a community?

Is there anything else you want us to know about you?

Do you have any concerns or questions about living in Stone Soup?

Please provide a personal reference.



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