Saint Augustine's University is a residential campus with seven residence halls accommodating over 1,000 students. The University requires all freshmen and sophomores to live on campus. However, this works to your advantage,when you live on campus, you live where all the action is -- plus living on campus increases your chances of graduating. While living in the residence halls at Saint Augustine's University, you will make lifelong friendships and participate in an array of programs and activities designed to compliment your academic experience. Our residence life staff is committed to making your stay in our halls as positive and enjoyable as possible. Take advantage of the many opportunities offered to you as a resident and make the most of your time with us on campus. Thank you for your interest in our residence halls and have a mighty Falcon day!

Living at St. Aug!

The Office of Residence Life and Housing serves as a compliment to the academic mission of the university of enhancing the personal growth of students by providing services and programs that enhance the living/learning environment in the residence halls. Residence life and housing staff members are responsible for coordinating room assignments, processing off-campus living requests, mediating roommate conflicts, reporting residence hall maintenance concerns, planning and implementing hall programs, and enforcing residence hall community living guide.

Residential Halls

Residence halls for students include traditional dormitory living arrangements as well as a 336-bed residential facility that opened in the fall of 2007. This new facility includes four separate three-story buildings that make-up the new state-of-the-art complex complete with picturesque architecture and landscaping. The facility is comprised of student suites, each consisting of four single-occupancy bedrooms, two full baths and a large common living area.