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On Campus Housing
Residing on campus enhances students’ experience while increasing cultural, educational, and holistic growth. Our goal is to ensure every student encounters a comfortable living and learning environment. That’s why our first-year residence halls provide 24-hour safety and security, professional on-call staff, at least one Resident Advisor on each floor, and dynamic programs designed to develop community.
We offer three traditional residence halls staffed by student leaders and Master’s level professionals to provide mentoring and lead programming to immerse you in campus life. Dedicated staff monitor the traditional residence halls 24/7 for your safety.
Residence halls have rooms and/or suites that are fully furnished, with their own air-conditioning and heating units. Each residence hall also provides plenty of room to live and study, with computer labs, laundry facilities, TV lounges, game rooms, and vending machines.
All first- and second-year students under the age of 21 are required to live in on-campus housing. Most first-year students live in Goodman or Wilson Halls. Transfer students under the age of 21 are not guaranteed on-campus housing. Students may be assigned to a triple, double, or single occupancy room.
- Houses first-year students (with some second-year students)
- 370 total beds
- Traditional residence hall housing that enhances socialization and community building
- Primarily comprised of double and triple occupancy rooms
- Houses most second-year students
- 197 total beds
- Suite-style housing, with 8-9 students per suite
- Each suite contains four bedrooms, study/living area, complete bathroom facilities, kitchenette.
- Custodial cleaning of suite bathrooms on daily basis
- Houses first- and upperclass students
- 86 total beds
- Honors housing in a 24-hour quiet hall
- Located above Wilson Student Center and dining hall
Coming Soon: New First Year Residence Hall
To better meet the needs of its students, USciences is constructing a new, 426-bed, mixed-use residence hall at 46th Street and Woodland Avenue. The new residence hall will set the standard for dynamic living and learning communities for science and health professional students. Scheduled to open during the 2018–19 academic year. More information.
Osol Hall Front Desk: 215-895-1125
Wilson Hall Front Desk: 215-895-1144
Division of Student Affairs: 215-596-8950
Public Safety: 215-596-7000
Student Health: 215-596-8980
Counseling Services: 215-596-8536
Residence Director, Goodman/Wilson Halls
Residence Director, Osol Hall