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Campus Life

The University of Saint Francis offers a variety of housing options for students living on campus. Students begin with traditional-style housing their first year, then have the option of a suite-style or apartment-style hall. All four buildings are equipped with free laundry facilities, wireless internet, and cable.

First-Year Housing

Trinity Hall — Traditional Style

  • Traditional-style hall for first-year men
  • Room dimensions vary by room
  • In-room furniture: twin XL bed, dresser, desk and chair, bookshelf, and closet
  • Main lounge includes kitchenette, seating area, ping pong table, and television


Bonzel Hall — Traditional Style

  • Traditional style hall for first-year women
  • Room dimensions: 13’9” x 10’4”
  • In-room furniture: twin XL bed, dresser, desk and chair, bookshelf, and closet
  • Main lounge includes kitchenette, seating area, prayer and study rooms, ping pong table, pool table, and television

Upperclass Housing

Clare Hall — Suite Style

  • Suite-style hall for sophomores, juniors, and seniors
  • Co-ed by floor
  • Suites consist of two separate bedrooms with adjoining bathroom
  • Room dimensions: 20’8” x 9’8”
  • In-room furniture: twin XL bed, dresser, desk and chair, bookshelf, and closet
  • Main lounge includes kitchenette, seating area, prayer and study rooms, and a television


Padua Hall — Apartment Style

  • Apartment-style hall for juniors and seniors
  • Co-ed by apartment
  • Apartments consist of 5-6 private bedrooms, shared bathroom with private stalls, kitchenette, and lounge
  • Room dimensions: 9’8” x 12’6” or 9’6” x 14’11”
  • In-room furniture: twin XL bed, dresser, desk and chair, and closet


Housing Policy

The university requires that all full-time undergraduate students reside on campus for two academic years, with the exception of any of the following conditions:

  • You are 21 years of age prior to the start of the academic year in which you are enrolling
  • You live with a parent or legal guardian at their primary residence within a 50-mile radius of the USF; Owning or purchasing real estate within the 50-mile radius of USF does not qualify
  • You are a transfer student who has completed two academic years at another institution
  • You are married (supporting documents required)
  • You have dependent children living with you (supporting documents required)
  • You are independent by tax definition (supporting documents required)

All students who are required to live on campus will be charged the standard double occupancy Room and Board rate.

All USF Housing policies are included in the Student Handbook.

Contact

Office of Residential Life
Trinity Hall, Room 102
260-399-8101