A variety of options are available for on-campus living for current students, including traditional halls and apartment-style living. Students are able to choose their living arrangements from year to year by participating in the housing lottery. Our residential students can find a housing option that best fits their lifestyle and preferences while in a great setting and atmosphere!
There are 13 traditional residence halls on the campus as well as three areas for apartment-style living. The residence halls on-campus each have a Resident Assistant assigned to a particular building, wing or area.
For the first time, Saint Anselm College will offer an expanded housing option of co-educational housing for upperclass students. The buildings planned for co-educational housing include Saint Mary's Hall and Brady Hall.
Residence Hall Options
|First year housing »
These halls are "living-learning" communities that help prepare each first-year student for a successful tenure at Saint Anselm College.
|Traditional-style halls »
These rooms are designed in a setting where neighbors living in a traditional hallway and share a large bathroom in each floor or wing.
Traditional rooms vary in capacity, including singles, doubles, triples and quads. Some traditional residence halls are also co-ed by floor.
|Apartment-style living »
Upperclassmen have the opportunity to live in an apartment setting on campus in a courtyard community.
Apartment-style living allows student to continue their on-campus experience in a unique setting with their peers.