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When you live on campus at Alvernia, as over 75% of our first-year students do, you’re sure to get the total college experience. It’s the best way to keep in touch with all the social, educational, and athletic activities. You’ll be close to your classes and the Student Center. You’ll meet new people and make lifelong friendships.
Your On-Campus Living Options
Alvernia offers several options for on-campus living, including traditional residence halls, suite-style apartments, or townhouses. All residences have phone, cable TV, and high-speed Internet access.
Traditional Residence Halls
Francis Hall and Veronica Hall are Alvernia’s traditional
residence halls. Both offer study rooms, a TV lounge, and laundry facilities. Options include single, double, triple, and quad rooms.
Anthony Hall and Clare Hall are recently constructed buildings
that offer suite-style apartments. Each suite is air-conditioned and accommodates four or five students who share a bathroom. Study rooms, TV lounges, and laundry facilities are available.
Judge Hall is a recently constructed (Fall 2005) building that offers suite-style apartments. Each suite is air-conditioned and accommodates four students who share a bathroom. Study room, TV lounge, and laundry facilities are available.
Assisi Hall and Siena Hall are recently built townhouses for
upperclassmen. Each air-conditioned townhouse is furnished and includes four double rooms and three bathrooms, a living room, a dining room, kitchenette, and independent laundry facilities.
Judge Hall, our newest residence hall built in 2005, is named in honor of the late Fr. Mychal Judge, a Franciscan priest who died while ministering to injured firefighters at the World Trade Center site on September 11, 2001.