Welcome to Lewis University on-campus living! At Lewis University, residence halls are more than a place to sleep and eat. They are extensions of the classroom; a place where students learn to appreciate diversity by living and working with people different from themselves. Students learn decision-making skills, develop independence, gain self-confidence, and learn to accept responsibility.
The Residence Life full-time professional staff lives on campus, including the Director of Residence Life and the Assistant Director of Residence Life. Graduate Residence Life Coordinators are assigned to each hall, along with undergraduate Resident Assistants. The University Ministry staff, including undergraduate Peer Ministers, provides additional support and guidance to our resident students.
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All halls open Friday, August 26th from 10am-4pm.
Keys will be available in the residence hall that you are assigned in.
The residence halls open for FRESHMEN FALL 2016 on Wednesday, August 24th from 9am-3pm. Room keys will be issued in the lobby of each residence hall (Fitzpatrick, Founders, Sheil, South Hall).
It is the mission of the Office of Residence Life at Lewis University to ensure a safe, secure and supportive environment within our vibrant community where students have the opportunity to create meaningful relationships while achieving academic and personal success. The Office of Residence Life strives to embraces the Catholic and Lasallian traditions through interactions with students.
The 12 residence halls on the Lewis campus are home to approximately 1,200 students. Lewis offers a variety of residence hall and meal plan options, as well as many amenities that include numerous useful services.
Close proximity to classrooms, the library, Student Recreation and Fitness Center, dining facilities, and Student Union.