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Marymount is committed to helping you establish a home away from home in a residential community that is comfortable, engaging, and built to complement your academic life. Thus, more than 900 students choose to call Marymount home.

Additional reasons you may decide to reside in University housing include
  • Community atmosphere
  • Leadership opportunities
  • Educational and social programming
  • Ability to develop lifelong friendships
  • Access to a well-trained and cheerful staff
  • Convenient location to access all campus facilities and University shuttles
  • Single, reasonable charge that covers housing, all utilities, Internet, cable TV, local phone, dining plan, Student Health Center services, a student health insurance plan, and laundry

Fall 2014 Move-In Information. Find move-in dates, times, FAQ, and directions.

Where should you live? Find out about your housing options.

Graduate students: Learn more about your options.

What should you bring? Here’s a helpful list.

Looking for a deal? Rent a micro-fridge

Need an easy way to store your items? Check out www.citystash.com.

Parents would you like to send your student a care package? Go to marymount.myfavoritestudent.com

Who lives in University housing? Read the University’s residency requirement policy.

Check out our Room Floor Plans

Contact Information

Office of Campus and Residential Services
Berg Hall, BERG 1001

Questions? Call
(703) 284-1608

Student Spotlight

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Noah McGrath
Major: Criminal Justice, Politics minor
Class of 2013

As a Criminal Justice major and a Politics minor, Noah has placed himself in one of the best locations to gain experience in his fields of study and capitalize on his education with great nearby career and internship possibilities.