Graduate Housing

Graduate Housing is offered in the following locations when spaces are available:
 
Dorothy Day Apartments (Located on Linden St.)

*Dorothy Day may also be used as traditional undergraduate housing. 

Herold House Apartments (Located on Mulberry St.)

*Herold House may also be used as traditional undergraduate housing.

 

Click here to view a copy of the housing agreement.

 

Please note that undergraduate students are frequently assigned to these spaces as well.

Graduate Housing Frequently Asked Questions

  • All apartments are 3-person apartments
  • All bedrooms are single occupancy
  •  All apartments have a full kitchen facility with stove and refrigerator provided
  • There are 32 total graduate beds (about half of which open up each year.)
  • Graduate housing is offered based on graduate school acceptance and a waiting list. 
  • Graduate students sign a full-year lease, which includes summer months and holiday breaks.
  • Graduate housing is not air conditioned


Dorothy Day Apartment Information:

Dorothy Day Exterior

  • Swipe card building access
  • Not carpeted
  • Common area living room in each apartment
  • Private apartment bathroom
  • Common area kitchen in each apartment


 

Herold House Apartment Information:

Herold House Apartments Exterior

  • Key building access
  • Carpeted
  • Common area living room in each apartment
  • Private apartment bathroom
  • Common area kitchen in each apartment

Graduate Housing Frequently Asked Questions


Q.  Can I pick which building I want to live in?

A. You can let us know your preference, but since graduate housing is limited and based on availability, it is not always possible to pick your building.

Q. Can I pick my apartment-mates?

A. You can let us know your preference and we will do everything possible to accommodate your request, however assignments are done based on availability.

Q. What is the cost for graduate housing?

A. A current listing of all semester costs can be seen on the Bursar's web page.

Q.  If I am a current graduate student living in campus housing, do I have to go back on the waiting list for the following year?

A. No.  You just have to fill out the graduate intent form, which will be emailed to you, and you are eligible to retain your housing offer as long as you are registered as a full time graduate student.

Q. If I am a new graduate student who wants to live in campus housing, how do I sign up on the waiting list?

A. Email Michelle Boughton, (boughtonm2@scranton.edu) your request and be sure to include your Royal ID number and a phone number where you can be reached.