Residence Life

Residence Life

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Residence Life

Living on campus greatly enhances your University experience by providing many opportunities to get involved. You can step out of your front door for classes, meals, sporting events, lectures, group meetings and more! Campus living is a wonderful and unique experience, a catalyst for personal growth and independence. It provides innumerable opportunities to live with others different from yourself, to become a leader, to improve communication skills, to make sound decisions and to broaden your perspective of the world.

Residence Life
Resident students have many living options on campus. First-year residence halls are traditional style and have a layout that maximizes student interaction. Millennium and Whelan Halls are designed for freshman. They feature spacious rooms, common lounge and gathering spaces and large community bathrooms. Apartments are popular among upperclassmen and transfer students. All upperclassmen buildings feature two, three, four, five or six person floor plans with a kitchen and a private bathroom. Many offer a common space.

Traditional residence halls include Millennium Hall, Whelan Hall, and Saint Peter Hall, while apartment residence halls include Murray Hall, Durant Hall, Veterans Memorial Court, and 140 Glenwood. Visit our website to learn more about each residence hall.

Living On Campus

Living on campus?

Make sure you have completed and returned your Housing Intent Form and your $250 housing deposit. A more formal housing application will need to be completed in the “Admitted Student Portal” to collect personal information and help match you with your roommate.

Student Move-in – Resident students only –
Resident students move-in day welcomes students to their home away from home! Resident move-in is scheduled for Tuesday, January 16. Students must be financially cleared, registered as full-time students (12 credits or more) and have completed their health/immunization forms prior to move-in day. Go to Residence Life website

Steps for Applying for Housing/Guidelines for Residents

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New Students (First year and Transfer students):

  1. First complete the online Housing Application along with your $250 housing deposit.

Students may complete a housing application form by:

  1. Visit the Admitted Student Portal
  2. Click on “Start my Housing Application” signing in to the application with the username and password sent to you for logging into the new student portal.

Go to the Admitted Student portal

Having trouble accessing the portal? Contact the Office of Admission for your username and password by calling (201) 761-7117.
NOTE: Applications received without receipt of housing deposit will NOT be processed.


Like It, Leave It

For a list of what to bring to the Residence Halls check out the Residence Life website.

What to bring to campus

Meal Plans

Go to Meal Plans

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