Making the most of college life

Your residence hall at St. Edward's is more than where you sleep and study. It becomes your home, where you’ll meet people from around the world and make lifelong friends.

You'll get a real sense of belonging through regular events and outings with your residence hall community. Living on campus, you'll have leadership opportunities in the student-run Residence Hall Association and your hall's Residence Event Planning Council. Our full-time, live-in residence directors and resident assistants will offer you plenty of support as you transition from high school to college.

Tour the Residence Halls

Let a student lead you through each of the residence halls where you might live, and hear an insider's perspective on life on the hilltop.

Basil Moreau Hall at St. Edward's University is a co-ed community home to 180 students. The residence hall features several large and small gathering places — perfect for studying, relaxing and socializing — including a computer lab, a kitchen and game room with ping pong and pool tables.

Residents of East Hall at St. Edward's University enjoy relaxing in the centrally-located recreation area or in one of the two television lounges. The unique layout, community-style living, and intentional programming create a supportive, family-like experience that residents enjoy year after year.

Edmund Hunt and Le Mans Halls, part of the residential village that includes Johnson Hall, offer a variety of designer touches in a contemporary environment. The residence halls feature kitchens, a large recreation room, laundry facilities, on-site resident mailboxes, 24-hour computer labs and study areas.

Jacques Dujarié Hall at St. Edward's University offers double rooms with single baths and suite-style rooms with four students sharing a bathroom. Residents enjoy a meditation room, computer lab, community kitchen and on-site residence mailboxes.

Teresa Hall offers suite-style rooms situated in two wings flanked by the central lounge area, which includes an adjacent computer lab, kitchen and laundry room, and separate study space. Residents enjoy comfortable oversized furniture the surrounds the flat-screen television and lively rounds of pool and ping pong.

Upperclassmen Housing

Johnson Hall at St. Edward's University offers a variety of designer touches in a contemporary environment. The residence hall features kitchens, a large recreation room, laundry facilities, on-site resident mailboxes, 24-hour computer labs and study areas.

Casa at St. Edward's University features an elevator, kitchen and two laundry facilities as well as a large lobby with comfortable couches, bistro-style tables, and a big screen television. Upstairs is a loft that also features more seating for residents and their guests to study and socialize.

The St. Edward’s University Maryhill and Hilltopper Heights Apartments provide a unique opportunity for students to create their own space by offering them the feel of independent off-campus living while still enjoying campus amenities. Residents have the chance to show their style by furnishing and decorating their apartment.

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