The University of Scranton has designated housing for students of junior and senior status. Junior and senior students can select to live in apartment or house style housing. Our apartments range in sizes from 3-person apartments to 7-person apartments. Most rooms in apartments are singles, but there are some doubles available. All of our houses offer either single rooms or double rooms. All house rooms are single sex as are apartments, but the houses and apartment buildings are co-ed. All apartments and houses have full kitchen facilities. Students living in these types of housing options have the choice to not select a meal plan if they choose to cook their meals. Most students chose a smaller meal plan.
McCourt Hall is traditionally a first-year student building located in center of campus. In the fall of 2013, McCourt Hall will be used for upper-class students. McCourt is a small community housing 51 students. The building offers a co-ed living experiences and all of the rooms are double occupancy. McCourt Hall is not carpeted.
Mulberry Plaza has 4 different apartment buildings with a capacity of 132. All Apartments offer a semi-private building entrance and a private apartment entrance. Mulberry Plaza rooms are mainly single occupancy, with limited double occupancy rooms. All of the apartments have full kitchens and generously sized living rooms.
Madison Square has 3 different apartment buildings with a capacity of 114. All Apartments offer a semi-private building entrance and a private apartment entrance. Madison Square rooms are mainly single occupancy, with limited double occupancy rooms. All of the apartments have full kitchens and generously sized living rooms.
To see a video tour of the rooms and learn about the amenities in Pilarz Hall and Montrone Hall, please click here.
The New Apartment Buildings house 396 students in two different buildings. These buildings offer a state of the art fitness center as well as an al-a-cart dining facility. All of the apartments in the new buildings are either 2 or 4 person occupancy and all of the rooms are single occupancy.
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Katharine Drexel has an occupancy of 27 and Elizabeth Ann Seaton has an occupancy of 29. All of these apartments are 3-person occupancy and all rooms in the Linden St. Apartment Complex are single occupancy. Linden St. Apartments offer privacy and a comfortable living experience.
Blair House is a small co-ed house that houses 11 students. Blair has single and double occupancy rooms and offers two kitchens and a shared dining facility.
Fayette House, a favorite among students for its location and charm. Formally the Spanish house, this building's decor and artifacts are made up by many of its former students. Fayette is co-ed and houses 9 students. In addition to it's many lounges and private laundry facilities, Fayette House also provides kitchens on all 3 floors.
Gonzaga House, one of our 3 Clay Ave. houses, offers an semi-private living experience for it's 13 residents. Gonzaga has 2 fully-equipt kitchens as well as a lounge/living room.
McGowan House, the most prominent of all of our campus houses, standing proudly on the corner of Clay Ave. McGowan houses 26 students. A co-ed building, McGowan provides 3 kitchens and 3 lounge/living rooms, one on each floor.
Liva House, a favorite of students who seek an off campus experience while still living on campus. Liva is co-ed and houses 22 students. With it's kitchen, many lounges, and living rooms, Liva has been home to many juniors and seniors over the years.
Herold House is located on Mulberry St. and houses 18 undergraduate and graduate students. Herold House is carpeted and has 6 3-person apartments. Each apartment has 3 private bedrooms, a common living room, and a common kitchen.