Housing At Rosemont
Kaul Hall is the primary residence hall for first-year students as well as some transfer students. The building is co-ed by floor/wing with gender specific bathrooms. Our Academic Explorations Program and First-Year Resource Center is housed here. Kaul is a substance-free residence hall (dry) alcohol is prohibited for all students regardless of age.
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Traditional double and single rooms are available as well as enclosed lounges for quiet group or individual study. Bathrooms are communal style and gender specific. Sophomores, juniors, some transfers, and many seniors live here.
Connelly Hall provides suite-style living with private bathrooms. The building features air conditioning and a common area with a kitchen. All students residing in Connelly Hall must have 45 credits and a minimum 2.5 GPA.
Mayfield Hall is housing for select undergraduate students. Double and triple rooms are offered to select undergraduate students and suite singles are offered to seniors only with a minimum of 75 credits and above a 2.75 GPA. The bathrooms are communal style and gender specific.
Gracemere Honors House
This is our Living Learning Community (LLC) that supports the Honors program, providing students with a number of opportunities to participate in academic and social activities. Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA, 30 credits, and be in good judicial standing. Any qualified student may request to live in Gracemere, but priority is given to students in the Honors program.
By participating in Housing Selection Day, returning students have the opportunity to choose where they would like to live. Returning students reside in Connelly Hall and Heffernan Hall, Mayfield Hall, and Gracemere Honors House.
First-year transfer students are typically placed in Heffernan Hall with either other transfer or new students.
Housing selection is a time where returning students are allowed to select where they would like to live the following year. Students are assigned a housing selection number based on their class status (number of credits and GPA).
It is the day in which you come and pick your room! You and your preferred roommate/suitemates/sinkmates are to use the best Housing Selection Number designated to one of you and select a place to live. Housing selection takes place in the Global Classroom at an assigned appointment time. At your appointment time, you choose the room you want to live; it’s that simple!
Summer housing occurs during summer session. Only students who are registered for summer session one can live on campus.
Open room change occurs two weeks from the start of classes during room switch week.