Download the 2013-2014 New Student Housing Information packet
Living on campus gives you gives you the most complete experience of Mount Aloysius possible. It broadens the definition of "learning" beyond just what happens in the classroom to encompass all other aspects of your life as a student.
As a resident student you gain a sense of independence and self-reliance from living on your own. You enjoy the camaraderie that comes from being an active member of a lively and supportive learning community. And you benefit from getting to know people whose backgrounds and life experiences are different from yours.
Living here also puts you right at the heart of things. You're close to your classes, close to the library, close to the gym, close to student center and the dining hall (and the good food to be consumed there). Equally important, you're close to the wide variety of planned and spontaneous activities that happen on campus at all hours of the day, throughout the year. It's a full-immersion approach to college.
As a resident student you'll live in one of the residence halls. You get your own phone line and Internet link, and each room has cable-TV access. Ihmsen Hall has TV lounges, an outdoor patio, and other gathering spaces for socializing. In Misciagna Hall students have a living rooms, kitchenettes, common areas, and a study lounge. And safety is a priority in all of the residence halls-we have 24-hour key-card access, with professional residence directors and student resident assistants.