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Living on Campus

The Office of Campus and Residential Services is excited to welcome you to the incredible residential living community at Marymount University. More than 900 MU students reside in University housing because it provides a dynamic environment to live, study, relax, and create lifelong friendships. Our exceptional staff, wonderful programming, and convenient services all combine to enhance your educational experience at Marymount.

On these pages, you’ll find resources for undergraduate and graduate students who want to live in University housing and summer housing options, as well as links to additional campus resources like dining, shuttle, and ID card services.

Finals Care Package


Want to surprise your student with a care package during finals? Please think about ordering a care package during this one-time offer to benefit Catholic Charities. The mission of Catholic Charities agencies is to provide service to people in need, to advocate for justice in social structures, and to call the entire church and other people of good will to do the same.

Packages will be delivered to student rooms during the week of December 2 (the week before finals). For commuter students, packages can be picked-up that week from the Office of Graduate and Commuter Services. Details will be emailed to your commuter student regarding pick-up.

To order a care package so, please go to the following link to order the package and get details on how to send in payment:

Order a Finals Care Package

Questions and concerns can be directed to OCRS at ocrs@marymount.edu or (703) 284-1608.

Thank you for your support of your student and Catholic Charities!

Around Marymount

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Rose Bente Lee Center

Students flock to the Lee Center to see the Marymount Saints in action or just to unwind, catch a movie, work out, or enjoy a quick snack.

Student Spotlight

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Jordan Easley-Small
Major: Psychology with a minor in Communications
Class of 2014

As an Orientation Leader, Jordan Easley-Small loves spending time with incoming Marymount freshman.