All of our first-year housing is located near the center of campus. First-year residence halls are made up of almost all double rooms. All campus housing is equipped with data, wireless, and cable connections. Students living on campus are also provided with light housekeeping services. First-year housing does not have air conditioning.
Casey Hall, a co-ed building, is one of our smaller communities, with a capacity of 59 students. All the rooms in Casey Hall are double occupancy and do not have carpeting.
Denis Edward Hall, know fondly as DE, is a building traditionally used to house 75 co-ed students. DE rooms are all doubles and there is no carpeting.
Driscoll Hall is one of our two large first-year residence halls with a capacity of 139 students. Driscoll is a co-ed building, males and females are housed on different floors. Driscoll rooms do have carpeting. Driscoll rooms are mainly doubles, but there are some triple and quadruple rooms.
Fitch Hall, an all male building with a capacity of 59 students. Fitch rooms are all doubles and the rooms are not carpeted.
GLM are three buildings attached to each other. GLM is a female building. Gannon houses 72, Lavis houses 82, and McCormick houses 65 females respectively. Some of the rooms in GLM are triples and quadruples, but mainly the rooms are all double occupancy. GLM is not carpeted.
Hafey Hall, with an occupancy of 56, is another one of our smaller communities. Hafey is not carpeted.
Hannan Hall is home to 77 students housed in traditional double rooms. Hannan is co-ed. and is carpeted. Hannan Hall is also one of our living-learning communities. The students in this building commit to a lifestyle focused on the different aspects of wellness. The Resident Assistants assigned to Hannan Hall have completed additional training to assist students in this community.
Lynett Hall, traditionally used to house first-year students, is made up of all double rooms and has a capacity of 47. Lynett is not carpeted.
Martin Hall is home to the living-learning community Cura-Personalis, known by it's residents as CP. CP students make a commitment to this community by providing service to others. This hall offers a faith based program. Martin Hall is a small community of 51 students. The building offers a co-ed living experiences and all of the rooms are double occupancy. Martin Hall is not carpeted.
Nevils Hall is our largest first-year residence hall, housing 143 students in double rooms. Nevils is co-ed and is carpeted.