Aside from convenience to classes, labs, the dining hall, Alumnae Library, Maguire Fitness Center, Leary Field, and many other events and activities, living on campus — or close to it — keeps you involved in all the action.
O’Leary Hall, built in 1922, is our oldest and one of the most familiar buildings on campus. Available to upper class students, O’Leary provides a variety of living spaces. The hall houses up to 180 students with options for single, double, triple, and quad rooms on all four floors (men and women live on separate floors). Each room has unique features, from walk-in closets, to large windows, to nine-foot ceilings. O’Leary has both small gathering alcoves on each floor and a large common room with a flat-screen TV on the first floor. It also features the “Great Hall,” a large common room perfect for studying and holding large group events. Resident Advisors (RAs) on every floor help you connect with other students and get involved on campus.
Rose William Hall
Rose William Hall, our largest residence hall, is a first-year student living option. Built in 1964, Rose William houses up to 180 students on three floors and is located right next to the college center. Men and women live on separate wings on each floor, and share a large common area and kitchen with a microwave, fridge and sink. The first floor common area has plenty of seating and a flat-screen TV for hangouts and study sessions. Resident Advisors (RAs) on every floor help you connect with other students and get involved on campus.
Graduate and Postbaccalaureate Options
Devine Hall houses 40 graduate and postbaccalaureate students on two floors of double rooms and is conveniently located next to the Maguire Center, which houses the campus fitness center. It is also in proximity to Berchmans Hall, the Lyons Center for Natural and Health Sciences, and the Alumnae Library. The residence boasts a large common room with a full kitchen and a laundry room. Resident Advisors (RAs) on every floor help you connect with other students and get involved on campus.
Living-Learning, Community and Cultural Center
Formerly known as Gaylord Mansion, the completely refurbished Living-Learning, Community and Cultural Center opened to students in February 2020. A multimillion dollar renovation transformed the historic building, which now features classroom and meeting spaces on the first floor, and residence rooms on the second and third floors. The ADA-compliant LLCCC houses 11 students, and includes a lift to the second floor, a full kitchen, laundry facilities, energy efficient heating and cooling systems, smart desks, and other modern amenities. Read more.
Grant Street House
Grant Street is an all-female housing option for graduate and postbaccalaureate students. The space includes five single rooms, a kitchen and common area on both floors, and laundry facilities. Parking is included, and campus is only a short walk down the street.
Casino Avenue House
Casino Avenue is an all-male housing option for graduate and postbaccalaureate students. The space includes three single rooms, a shared kitchen and common area, and laundry facilities. Parking is included, and campus is only a short walk down the street.