Welcome to Mount Aloysius Residence Life and Housing Services. The Department of Residence Life and Housing at Mount Aloysius College is tasked with providing a safe, community-centered living environment on campus. The Department also enriches campus life through the creation of co-curricular events that broaden and deepen students’ academic experiences.
FALL 2019 MOVE IN DAY INFORMATION
• Fall athletes can move in on August 15, 2019 from 10am-1pm.
• MAAPP students can move in on August 17, 2019 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
• First Year students (Freshman and Transfer) can move in on August 22, 2019 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
• Returning students can move in on August 25, 2019 between 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.
All students must report to the Cosgrave Student Center to check in and receive keys before moving into their assigned residence halls.
Save the date: Mandatory all resident meeting is Sunday, August 25, 2019 at 8:00 p.m. in the Bertschi Center.
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The college operates five residence halls; Ihmsen Hall, St. Gertrude Hall, St. Joseph Hall, Misciagna Hall and McAuley Hall. All of the residence halls have lounge areas, public microwaves, wireless internet, and laundry facilities. All resident students are required to pay a yearly $125 room damage deposit. Information and video tours for each residence hall can be found below.Misciagna Hall
Misciagna Residence Hall offers students suite living in a wireless environment, with central air conditioning. Each suite has a living room with a couch and chairs, a kitchenette that includes a microwave, sink and small refrigerator. The suites feature two bedrooms and a bathroom. Laundry facilities are located on each of the three floors.
Ihmsen Residence Hall rooms are cozy and comfortable, with attached semi-private bathrooms. Each room also comes equipped with wireless internet access. Kitchen facilities, microwaves, TV lounges and computer rooms are spread throughout the building as well. And there’s plenty of fun potential! Goofing around and relaxing are made easy thanks to indoor lounges, spacious outdoor patios, and grassy lawns that are perfect for soccer balls and sunbathing.
Located on space to the south of Pierce Hall, McAuley Hall faces the green space between Academic and Pierce Halls. This brick building houses 103 students in double rooms with shared bathrooms between rooms.
St. Joseph’s Hall is an all women’s residence hall which houses primarily first-year students. Each room in St. Joseph’s Hall contains its own sink, and mirror. Each resident is provided with a bed, dresser, desk, and chair. Residents on each floor share a common bathroom which is cleaned daily by Housekeeping staff.
What to Bring
What to Bring
- Mattress Pad/Pillow
- Sheets (Twin XL)/Pillow Cases
- Alarm Clock
- Laundry Detergent/Basket
- Refrigerator (UL approved, up to 4.0 cubic feet)
- Surge Protector with 15 amp
- Reading Lamp
- Crates/Small Table
- School Supplies
- Waste Basket
- Sewing Kit
- Shower Cleaner
- Steaming Device (Apple TV, Amazon Firestick, Google Chromecast, ect.)
- Video Game System
- Phone card
- Rug – St. Joe’s & Ihmsen rooms 11’x11′
- Rug – Misciagna Hall bedrooms 10’x14′
You will be provided with a twin-size bunkable bed, dresser, desk, chair, mirror, sink/vanity, and closet.
WHAT NOT TO BRING
- Halogen Lamps
- Water Beds
- Hot Plates
- Microwaves, Electric or Toaster Ovens
- Coffeemaker (including Keurig machines)
- Space Heaters
- Air Conditioners
- Candles, Incense, Potpourri
- Loud Amplified Stereos
- Christmas lights/decorations
We work to meet all student housing preferences when possible. Please note that every resident student is required to pay a yearly $125 room damage deposit.
After having been accepted a housing deposit is required to reserve a room in a College residence hall. Guaranteed housing date is April 1.
You can make your housing deposit at the Business office or here. NOTE: Commuters must contact the Business Office directly to make their housing deposit. Please call 814-886-6368.
Important Resident Student Information
- All resident students are required to be on the board plan.
- Traditional freshman, sophomore, and junior students are required to live on campus. Those who live within a 30-minute commuting zone of the College may live and commute from their permanent address.
- All residence halls are smoke-free. Students can smoke outside in designated areas.
- Laundry facilities are available for student use.
- All residence hall rooms have Wireless Internet and Local network access is available via an Ethernet cable.
- Parking is available. Permits are $40 and available through our Security Department.
- Student ID cards are photo ID cards that all students are required to carry in order to gain access to their assigned residence hall, utilize their meal plan, check out books in the library and attend college events.
- All resident students are issued a physical room key for their individual living areas. Students are responsible to carry their room keys with them at all times.
- Room assignments are based on the date of housing deposit; therefore, students are encouraged to pay their housing deposit as early as possible. After April 1st, housing is awarded based on availability.
- Roommate matching is not an exact science. Residence Life staff try to match incoming students based on similar interests and the information submitted on their housing preference forms. The rest is up to the students to appreciate each other’s differences and to communicate effectively if problems arise.
- Roommate requests will be honored only if the requests are mutual; all attempts will be made to place students according to their preferences.
- Single rooms are extremely limited and will be assigned on a space available basis, primarily for documented medical needs. Students may indicate on their housing application form that they are interested in a single room, but they must also select a regular room option. The additional cost of a single room is $500 per semester.
- Resident students are required to pay a Housing and Damage Deposit of $125. The deposit is in addition to tuition and room/board charges and will be refunded to the student if there are no damage charges to the room or residence hall.
- If requesting a contract release due to academic, financial, or medical reason the housing contract release form must be completed and returned to the Residence Life department. Please note that the form is due by July 1st to be considered for a housing contract release for the Fall semester. The form is due by November 1st to be considered for a housing contract release for the Spring semester. Late applications will not undergo review.
The Residence Life Department is open to assist students Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We have three office locations:
- Dakota Bocan, Resident Director/Assistant Director of Residence Life, located in Cosgrave Student Center Office #116
- Ihmsen Hall Residence Life Office, located under the Ihmsen Breezeway (also the student package center)
- McAuley Hall Residence Life Office, located in the McAuley ground floor lobby.
Please call us either (814) 886-6388 or (814) 886-6510. Email inquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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