The Office of Housing Services provides and manages residential living environments within well-maintained, safe, and modern multi-use facilities that are responsive to the changing needs of students.

These residential programs and services are conducive to the formation of community, foster individual student responsibility, and promote the engagement of students in the academic, spiritual, and personal development realms of campus life. 

Female first-year students during move in

Freshman & Transfer Student Housing

First-year students benefit from living with their peers, surrounded by other students who are having the same experiences as they make the transition into the next phase of their lives.

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Ryan Hall

Residence Halls

With 17 residence halls available in five distinct areas of campus, on-campus living can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience at Catholic University.

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Male students grilling outside

Living At Catholic University

On-campus housing offers a variety of residence hall options ranging from the traditional (a shared double or triple room with a shared bathroom down the hall) to suites (multiple rooms sharing a bathroom) and apartments.

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Graduate students at on-campus crab feast

Graduate/Law Student Housing

On-campus housing generally is not available for graduate, law, or non-traditional students, but may be provided on a case-by-case basis upon subject to the availability of suitable housing as determined by the University.

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