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Marymount University's residence halls promote student learning outside the classroom. Our residence halls promote student success by enabling students the opportunity to build healthy relationships with their peers within the halls. Each residence hall has upper-class students known as a Resident Assistants (RA) who engage students in campus activities, support students in conflict resolution, helps student transition and other aids to support other student issues. Additionally, each building has a Residence Hall Coordinator (RHC) that works professionally full time in order to add more support and lead the Resident Assistants in directing a healthy learning environment and safety within the halls.
Our rooms come furnished and provide cable television as well as wired and wireless internet connections. The halls also have lounges and kitchen facilities for students to use. Some halls also include special Living Learning Communities that residents can apply to be a part of.
Residence Hall Assignment Priority
On-campus room assignment priority is given to full-time, degree-seeking students 23 years of age or younger. Other students should consult with the Campus and Residential Services staff concerning the application process.
Students age 21 or younger and in their first four semesters of college are required to live on campus unless living with a parent or guardian within commuting distance of the campus. Commuting distance is defined as 26 miles from campus.
Resident students are required to carry a minimum of 12 credits per semester with the exception of the summer term. Students risk losing housing should they drop below 12 credits. Contact your residence hall professional staff for more information.