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Fairfield University is a residential campus with approximately 5,000 full-time undergraduate students, living on campus in residence halls, townhouses, and apartment complexes.

As a residential campus, life in the halls, townhouses, and apartments is an integral part of a Fairfield undergraduates four-year experience. Programs and activities specific to an on-campus hall or residential area are sponsored by resident assistants and area coordinators, or in partnership with other offices and departments to provide students with numerous educational, social, cultural, service, and spiritual programs and activities which provide opportunities for personal growth, development, and fun. Programs range from game nights and movie screenings, mentoring sessions and retreats, career development workshops and guest speakers, to fundraiser and community service projects, and much more. These diversely designed programs enrich our students’ lives and help them engage in life on campus. 

Living in residence teaches and fosters a sense of shared and collective responsibility – to oneself, roommate(s), floor mates, and the campus community. Residential living at Fairfield University is an experience, where learning is continuous. 

Housing

We are dedicated to fostering a sense of community, and this begins with where you live. The deepest learning and strongest bonds form when you're in an environment that's not just comfortable, but intellectually and creatively stimulating.

Commuter Students

Students who commute to Fairfield are just as big a part of our community as on-campus residents. If you commute to campus, we'll strive to make you feel at home - even when your home is elsewhere.

Off-Campus Housing

There’s a lot to be excited about in college, but at Fairfield we give you a whole new reason: proximity to the beach. Every year, around 400 seniors move into homes on the beach, close to campus. It’s just one of many unforgettable ways Fairfield turns an education into an experience, and an experience into an education.

Housing Options

Residential life at Fairfield University consists of a variety of housing options on campus, and housing is guaranteed for four years to all full-time, matriculated undergraduate students. In addition, students are required to remain resident students for four years unless they are able to commute from home or are otherwise released from this obligation by the Office of Residence Life.

All first-year students live together in traditional-style halls, and sophomores live mostly in traditional-style halls with some living in suite-style halls depending upon availability. Juniors and seniors live in townhouses, apartments, or off campus (on a limited basis).

Traditional Residence Halls

42 Langguth Hall

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42 Langguth Hall

Langguth Hall

Located in the Quad, 42 Langguth Hall opened in the fall of 2018 and is home to the Ignatian Leadership Residential College. The building features an attractive atrium, expansive meeting spaces, and comfortable accommodations for 200 sophomore students. This modern residence hall offers all the comforts of home–and then some.

Hall Features

  • Sophomore students only
  • Co-ed by floor
  • Suite-style rooms
    • 4-, 5-, 8- or 9-person suites with bathrooms
  • Home of the Ignatian Leadership Residential College
  • Air conditioning
  • Laundry facilities in building
  • Vending machines
  • Water fountains with bottle fillers
  • Elevator
  • Student lounges with kitchen on each floor
  • Study lounges
  • Classroom
  • Resident Jesuit housing
  • Live-In Residence Life staff members on site 

Room Features

  • 4-, 5-, 8- or 9-person suites with bathrooms
    • 4-person suites include two double rooms with one bathroom
    • 5-person suites includes one double and one triple room with an ensuite bathroom
    • 8-person suites include four double rooms with two bathrooms 
    • 9-person suites include three double rooms and one triple room with two bathrooms 
  • Desks with three drawers
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • Legacy Wardrobes
  • Micro-fridge
  • Computer network connections
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple).
  • Window coverings

All Langguth residents are charged either the Double or Triple Room Residence Hall rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Furniture Size 

  • Dresser (3 Drawers) - 32 x 24 x 38  
  • Legacy Desk - 42 x 24 x 30 
  • Legacy Wardrobe - 36 x 25 x 72  
  • Microfridge - 45.5 x 18.7 x 19.3 

Faber Hall

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Faber Hall

Faber Hall

Faber Hall, formerly known as 42 Bellarmine Road, originally served as the primary residence for the Fairfield University Jesuit community. After a new Jesuit residence was built in 2009, the previous residence was extensively renovated. Located on the south side of campus, Faber Hall is named in honor of St. Peter Faber, S.J. (1506-1546), who was among the companions of St. Ignatius who came together to form the Society of Jesus. Pope Francis canonized Peter Faber on December 17, 2013.

Students living in Faber Hall enjoy multiple common spaces including a study area and social lounge. There is a bathroom ensuite in each room.

Residence Features

  • Sophomore students only
  • Co-ed by wing/floor
  • Quad suites, triple suites, traditional double rooms, traditional triple rooms 
    • Suites include a bathroom/ensuite 
    • Traditional rooms have access to communal bathrooms 
  • Air conditioning
  • Common lounges and kitchens
  • Vending machines
  • Elevator
  • Live-In Residence Life staff members on site 

Room Features

  • Triple and Quad Suites with bathrooms
  • Double and Triple traditional rooms with access to communal bathrooms 
  • Desks with 3 drawers
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • 3-drawer dressers
  • Wardrobes or closets
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections and WiFi
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Window coverings

Faber residents are either charged the Double Room or Triple Room Residence Hall rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Furniture Size 

  • Dresser (3 Drawers) - 32 x 24 x 38  
  • Legacy Desk - 42 x 24 x 30 
  • Legacy Wardrobe - 36 x 25 x 72  
  • Microfridge - 45.5 x 18.7 x 19.3 

70 McCormick Road

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70 McCormick Road

70 McCormick Road

Located in the Quad, 70 McCormick Road is four stories tall and hosts an impressive common lounge on the first floor as well as study and social lounge on each floor. 70 McCormick Road houses first-year students only (anticipated in Fall 2024).

Hall Features

  • First-year students only (anticipated for Fall 2024)
  • Co-ed by floor
  • Double and triples rooms
  • Communal bathroom on each floor
  • Laundry facilities in building
  • One common kitchen in addition to study and social lounges on each floor
  • Laundry facilities in building
  • Air conditioning 
  • Vending machines
  • Water fountains with bottle fillers
  • Elevator
  • Live-In Residence Life staff members on site
  • Resident Jesuit housing

Room Features

  • Double and triple occupancy
  • Desks with 3 drawers
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • 3-drawer dressers
  • Modern/Legacy Wardrobes
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Window coverings

70 McCormick Hall residents are either charged the Double Room or Triple Room Residence Hall rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Furniture Size 

  • Dresser (3 Drawers) - 32 x 24 x 38 
  • Modern Pedestal Desk - 36 x 24 x 30
  • Legacy Desk - 42 x 24 x 30
  • Modern Wardrobe - 24 x 25 x 72 
  • Legacy Wardrobe - 36 x 25 x 72 
  • Microfridge - 45.5 x 18.7 x 19.3 

Gonzaga Hall

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Gonzaga Hall

Gonzaga Hall

Gonzaga Hall opened in 1957. This four-floor residence hall is located on the Quad, and is named for Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, S.J., who died while tending to the sick during the Roman plague of 1591, and is the patron saint of youth.

Hall Features

  • First-Year Student Housing
  • Co-ed by wing/floor
  • Double and triple rooms
  • Communal bathroom in each wing
    • Gender-inclusive bathroom on each floor
  • Common lounges and kitchen
  • Air conditioning
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Vending machines
  • Elevator
  • Water fountains with bottle fillers
  • Live-In Residence Life staff members on site 

Room Features

  • Double or triple occupancy
  • Desks with 3 drawers
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • 3-drawer dressers
  • Modern wardrobes
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections
  • Streeme TV( compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Window coverings

Gonzaga Hall residents are either charged the Double Room or Triple Room Residence Hall rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Room Dimensions

  • Standard Room - 10.5' x 17'
  • Storage height under bottom bunk - 12" - 14"
  • Recommended Carpet Size (Standard Room) - 10' x 12'  

Furniture Size

  • Dresser (3 Drawers) - 32 x 24 x 38 
  • Modern Pedestal Desk - 36 x 24 x 30
  • Legacy Desk - 42 x 24 x 30
  • Modern Wardrobe - 24 x 25 x 72 
  • Legacy Wardrobe - 36 x 25 x 72 
  • Microfridge - 45.5 x 18.7 x 19.3 

Campion Hall

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Campion Hall

Campion Hall

Located on the Quad, Campion was built in 1964 and renovated in the summer of 2018 and stands four stories tall. The building was named in honor of Saint Edmund Campion, S.J., who was martyred for preaching the Catholic faith in Reformation England. Campion Hall is home to the STEM and Health and Wellness Living and Learning Communities.

Hall Features

  • First-year students only
  • Co-ed by wing/floor
  • Double and triple rooms
  • Communal bathroom in each wing
    • Gender-inclusive bathroom on each floor 
  • Laundry facilities in building
  • Air conditioning
  • Water fountains and bottle filler
  • Three common lounges and one kitchen
  • Vending machines
  • Elevator
  • Live-In Residence Life staff members on site 

Room Features

  • Double or triple occupancy
  • Desks with 3 drawers
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • 3-drawer dressers
  • Wardrobes or closets
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Window coverings

Campion Hall residents are either charged the Double Room or Triple Room Residence Hall rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Room Dimensions

  • First floor - 10' x 17'
  • Second, third, fourth floors - 11' x 18'
  • Triple rooms - 13.5' x 18'
  • Recommended Carpet Size (Triple Room) - 10' x 12'
  • Recommended Carpet Size (Double Room) - 12' x 15'

Furniture Sizes

  • Dresser (3 Drawers) - 32 x 24 x 38 
  • Modern Pedestal Desk - 36 x 24 x 30
  • Legacy Desk - 42 x 24 x 30
  • Modern Wardrobe - 24 x 25 x 72 
  • Legacy Wardrobe - 36 x 25 x 72 
  • Microfridge - 45.5 x 18.7 x 19.3 

Jogues Hall

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Jogues Hall

Jogues Hall

Jogues Hall, opened in 1968, is named for Saint Isaac Jogues, S.J., who worked among Native Americans in Canada and was martyred near what is now Albany, NY. This building is five stories and is located on the Quad. Jogues Hall is home to the Honors and Leardership Through Service Living and Learning Communities. The building also features classrooms and the new Wellness Center, which are housed on the ground floor of the building as well.

Hall Features

  • First-year housing
  • Coed by wing/floor
  • Double and triple rooms
  • Communal bathroom in each wing
    • Gender-inclusive bathroom on each floor
  • Common lounges and kitchen
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Vending machines
  • Elevator
  • Water fountains and bottle filler
  • Live-In Residence Life staff members on site

 

Room Features

  • Double or triple occupancy
  • Desks with 3 drawers
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • 3-drawer dressers
  • Wardrobes
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Window coverings

Jogues Hall residents are either charged the Double Room or Triple Room Residence Hall rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Room Dimensions

  • Double/Triple Room - 10' x 17'
  • Recommended Carpet Size (Triple Room)- 7' x 12'
  • Recommended Carpet Size (Double Room)  - 10' x 12'

Furniture Sizes

  • Dresser (3 Drawers) - 32 x 24 x 38 
  • Modern Pedestal Desk - 36 x 24 x 30
  • Legacy Desk - 42 x 24 x 30
  • Modern Wardrobe - 24 x 25 x 72 
  • Legacy Wardrobe - 36 x 25 x 72 
  • Microfridge - 45.5 x 18.7 x 19.3 

Loyola Hall

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Loyola Hall

Loyola Hall

Named for Saint Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus and author of "Spiritual Exercises," Loyola Hall is located on the Quad. It was built in 1955 and stands three stories high. Also, the building houses the Department of Public Safety and classrooms for the Fine Arts Department on the ground floor.

Hall Features

  • First-Year housing
  • Co-ed by wing/floor
  • Double and triple rooms
  • Communal bathroom in each wing
    • Gender-inclusive bathroom on each floor
  • Common lounges and kitchen
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Classroom
  • Vending machines
  • Elevator
  • Live-in Residence Life staff members on site

Room Features

  • Double or triple occupancy
  • Desks with 3 drawers
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • 3-Drawer dressers
  • Modern/Legacy Wardrobes or closets
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Window coverings

Loyola Hall residents are either charged the Double Room or Triple Room Residence Hall rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Room Dimensions

  • Double/Triple Room Size - 12' x 17'
  • Recommended Carpet Size (Triple Room) - 10' x 12'
  • Recommended Carpet Size (Double Room) - 12' x 15'

Furniture Size

  • Dresser (3 Drawers) - 32 x 24 x 38 
  • Modern Pedestal Desk - 36 x 24 x 30
  • Legacy Desk - 42 x 24 x 30
  • Modern Wardrobe - 24 x 25 x 72 
  • Legacy Wardrobe - 36 x 25 x 72 
  • Microfridge - 45.5 x 18.7 x 19.3 

Regis Hall

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Regis Hall

Regis Hall

Regis Hall, built in 1965 and refreshed during the summer of 2023, stands five stories tall. The building is named in honor of Saint John Francis Regis, S.J., who was a preacher and missionary in southern France.

Hall Features

  • First-year students only
  • Co-ed by wing/floor
  • Double and triple rooms
  • Air Conditioning
  • Communal bathroom in each wing
    • Gender-inclusive bathroom on each floor
  • Laundry facilities in building
  • Social and study lounges
  • Vending machines
  • Water fountains with bottle fillers
  • Elevator
  • Live-In Residence Life staff members on site

 

Room Features

  • Double or triple occupancy
  • Desks with 3 drawers
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • 3-Drawer dressers
  • Modern/Legacy Wardrobes
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Window coverings

Regis Hall residents are either charged the Double Room or Triple Room Residence Hall rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Room Dimensions

  • Double/Triple Room - 11' x 16'
  • Recommended Carpet Size (Double Room) - 10 x 12
  • Recommended Carpet Size (Triple Room)- 7' x 12'

Furniture Size

  • Dresser (3 Drawers) - 32 x 24 x 38 
  • Modern Pedestal Desk - 36 x 24 x 30
  • Legacy Desk - 42 x 24 x 30
  • Modern Wardrobe - 24 x 25 x 72 
  • Legacy Wardrobe - 36 x 25 x 72 
  • Microfridge - 45.5 x 18.7 x 19.3 

Suite-Style Residence Halls

Bowman Hall

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Bowman Hall

Bowman Hall

Sr. Thea Bowman Hall opened in August 2023. This residence hall for sophomores is named after Sr. Thea Bowman, the only African-American member of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration who transcended racism and influenced U.S. Catholic life in the late 20th century. Bowman Hall includes six-person suites and houses the Sophomores Give Back program. 

Hall Features

  • Sophomore housing only
  • Co-ed by wing/floor
  • 6-person suites with a bathroom
  • Gender inclusive bathrooms on each floor
  • Social and student lounges and kitchen
  • Air Conditioning
  • Laundry facilities in building
  • Social and study lounges
  • Vending machines
  • Water fountains with bottle fillers
  • Elevator
  • Live-In Residence Life staff members on site

 

Room Features

  • Six-person suites with ensuite bathroom 
  • Desks with 3 drawers
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • 3-Drawer dressers
  • Legacy Wardrobes
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Window coverings

Bowman Hall residents are charged the Double Room Residence Hall rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Furniture Size

  • Dresser (3 Drawers) - 32 x 24 x 38 
  • Modern Pedestal Desk - 36 x 24 x 30
  • Modern Wardrobe - 24 x 25 x 72 
  • Microfridge - 45.5 x 18.7 x 19.3 

 

Claver Hall

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Claver Hall

Claver Hall

Claver Hall is located on the Southside of campus and opened in 1972 and is known as one of the suites. Claver is named for Saint Peter Claver, S.J. a Spanish Jesuit who was an advocate for Human Rights. St. Peter Claver was known for his ministry to those suffering the injustice of slavery.

Hall Features

  • Sophomore housing only
  • Co-ed by wing/floor
  • 4- person or 5- person suites
    • Two double rooms OR a double and triple room adjoined by a bathroom 
  • Four common lounges and two kitchens
  • Shared laundry facility with Kostka Hall  (located in Kostka)
  • Air conditioning
  • Vending machines
  • Elevator
  • Live-In Residence Life staff members on site

Room Features

  • Double and Triple occupancy
  • Desks with 3 drawers
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • 3-drawer dressers
  • Closets
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple)
  • Window coverings

Claver Hall residents are either charged the Double or Triple Room Residence Hall rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Room Dimensions

  • Double/Triple Room (Including the entry, closet, and bathroom) - 16' x 17'

Recommended Carpet Size

  • 10' x 12'

Kostka Hall

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Kostka Hall

Kostka Hall

Kostka Hall is located on the Southside of campus and opened in 1970. Kostka Hall is named in honor of Saint Stanislaw Kostka, S.J. who was a Polish Jesuit. St. Kostka is a patron saint of students.

Hall Features

  • Sophomore class housing
  • Co-ed by wing/floor
  • 4-person suites
    • Two double rooms adjoined by a bathroom
  • Common lounges on each floor
  • Laundry facilities in the building (shared with Claver residents)
  • Air conditioning
  • Vending machines
  • Elevator
  • Live-In Residence Life staff members on site

Room Features

  • Double occupancy
  • Desks with 3 drawers
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • 3-drawer dressers
  • Closets
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple)
  • Window coverings

Kostka Hall residents are charged the Double Room Residence Hall rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Room Dimensions

  • Standard room (Including entry, closet, and bathroom) - 13' x 18.5'

Recommended Carpet Size

  • 10' x 12'

First-Year & Sophomore

Living & Learning Communities

First-Year Living and Learning Communities provide students with comprehensive opportunities that integrate one’s academic, residential, and co-curricular experience.

Sophomore Residential Colleges

The Sophomore Residential Colleges Program brings together the concept of living and learning in manner unique to the Fairfield experience. This program’s distinctively designed academic courses, purposeful residential living experiences, and reflective mentorship encourages students to think aloud in the presence of their peers and mentors inside and outside of the classroom.

Apartments and Townhouses

Apartments

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Apartments

Apartments

Living in the apartments provides students with an opportunity to learn self-responsibility and shared-responsibility. Residents are responsible for preparing their own meals (a limited meal plan option is available and popular with students). Due to the climate-controlled environment, utility costs are included in the apartment rental charges.

There are three apartment buildings for students:
47 Mahan Road and Meditz Hall are located in the southeast end of campus in The Village, adjacent to Kostka Hall and Claver Hall. Dolan Hall is located on the north end of campus, adjacent to the Townhouses. 47 Mahan Road and Dolan Hall are for upperclass students and Meditz Hall is for sophomore students in the Sophomores Give Back program.

Meditz Hall opened in August 2011. This building is for sophomores in the Sophomores Give Back program and consists of 5-, 7-, and 9-person apartments with double and triple bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, dining area and 1-2 bathrooms. Apartments in Meditz Hall are centrally air-conditioned and climate-controlled and are equipped with the following:

  • Beds
  • Desks
  • Desk Chairs
  • Legacy wardrobes
  • Chests of drawers
  • Living room couch and loveseat or chair
  • End table
  • Refrigerator and stove
  • Kitchen table and chairs
  • Streeme TV( compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Computer network connections in all bedrooms and one in the living room

Meditz Hall residents are charged the Shared Occupancy Apartment rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

47 Mahan Road contains 48, 4-person units. Each unit consists of four single bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, dining area, and bathroom. Apartments are centrally air-conditioned and climate controlled.
Apartments in 47 Mahan Road are for Juniors and Seniors and are equipped with the following:

  • Beds
  • Desks
  • Desk chairs
  • Wardrobes/closets
  • Chests of drawers
  • Living room couch and loveseat or chair
  • End table
  • Kitchen table and chairs
  • Streeme TV( compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Computer network connections in all bedrooms and one in the living room

Mahan Road Apartment residents are charged the Single Occupancy Apartment rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

Dolan Hall was completely renovated in 2011. The building consists of 5-, 7-, 9-, and 10- person apartments with double and triple bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, dining area and 1-2 bathrooms. Apartments in Dolan Hall are centrally air-conditioned and climate-controlled and are equipped with the following:

  • Beds
  • Desks
  • Desk chairs
  • Legacy wardrobes
  • Chests of drawers
  • Living room couch and loveseat or chair
  • Coffee table
  • Refrigerator and stove
  • Bar stools
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Computer network connections in all bedrooms and one in the living room

Dolan Hall residents are charged the Shared Occupancy Apartment rate. See Tuition & Fees page for details

All apartment residents must provide their own lamps, cooking utensils, dishes, and cleaning supplies.

Living in the apartments provides students with an opportunity to learn self-responsibility and shared-responsibility. Residents are responsible for preparing their own meals (a limited meal plan option is available and popular with students). Due to the climate-controlled environment, utility costs are included in the apartment rental charges. Each of these buildings also includes laundry facilities and vending machines for residents. 

Townhouses

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Townhouses

Barnyard Manor

There are two Townhouse Complex on the north and south end of campus. The north townhouses consist of 102 units spread across 15 blocks of houses with 450 beds for upper-class living. Barnyard Manor consists of 24 units spread across 2 blocks with 128 beds for upperclass living.

The Townhouse Complex sits on the north end of campus, adjacent to the Dolan campus, athletic fields, the Walsh Athletic Center, and McAuliffe Hall. The Townhouses consist of 105 units spread across 15 blocks of houses, which are occupied by nearly 600 juniors and seniors. The Levee is also close by and serves as a social meeting point for townhouse residents.

Most townhouses are two-story units consisting of two or three bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, dining area, a minimum of 1.5 bathrooms with an extra sink, and plenty of closet/storage space. Three-bedroom units have both standard and tub showers. All townhouses have central air-conditioning. 

Barny

Townhouse units are equipped with the following:

  • Beds
  • Desks
  • Desk chairs
  • Built-in closets
  • Chests of drawers
  • Living room couch and loveseat or chair
  • End table and bookshelves
  • Kitchen table and chairs
  • Streeme TV (compatible with all major platform stores including Google Play, Amazon Fire, Roku and Apple) 
  • Computer network connections in all bedrooms

Townhouse residents must provide their own lamps, cooking utensils, dishes, and cleaning supplies.

Living in the townhouses provides students with an opportunity to learn self-responsibility and shared responsibility, which is outlined in the Townhouse Bill of Rights. View the Bill of Rights (PDF).

Residents are responsible for preparing their own meals (a limited meal plan option is available and popular with students).

The townhouse complex also features a student staff member to help aide the residents.

Living in the townhouses is limited to seniors and juniors on a space-available basis.

Build-A-House Program

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Build-A-House Program

"Marvel Men & Women for Health and Wellness" Members

Marvel Men & Women for Health and Wellness

The purpose of the Build-A-House program is to allow rising juniors/seniors to design a residential community that focuses on the integration of living and learning through the implementation of a thematic Townhouse/Apartment. This will provide students an opportunity to share their thematic vision of the Build-A-House community with student peers throughout the Townhouses/Apartments and the campus community.

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