Students have more privacy and independence in our suite-style housing options, while enjoying the convenience of living on campus.
We have two buildings dedicated to suite-style housing on campus. In a suite, you will share an adjoined bathroom with the roommates who live in your suite, rather than sharing with the entire floor.
Suite-style housing offers more independence and privacy than traditional halls but requires more effort in getting to know students outside your suite, and tends to be more popular among upperclassmen. As a suite resident, you will typically share a bedroom with one other student, and share a bathroom with another double-occupancy room. There are also a few larger suites that have three- and five-person bedrooms.
Gender-specific suites are mixed on all floors. Also, each floor has a kitchenette and study lounge.
Horan & Lee Halls
Horan Hall and Lee Hall are sister buildings that offer virtually identical floor plans and amenities. Horan is home to approximately 700 students on 11 floors, while Lee Hall is home to approximately 550 students on 10 floors. Both halls are open to all undergraduate students.
Horan and Lee Hall are home to our first-year living and learning community, the Arches, as well as five of our six Common Interest Communities. All of these residence communities are different but they each provide an opportunity to forge new friendships and participate in special programs and excursions.
Cable TV and internet access in every room
A lounge on each floor with flat-screen TVs and a kitchen/dining area
A laundry room on every floor
Recreation rooms with pool tables, ping-pong and other games
Study rooms for quiet work or small-group projects
A mail room for student mailboxes
Vending machines for snacks and beverages
Wireless internet throughout the building
Video Tour of Horan Hall
Take a look inside Horan Hall, our largest residence hall, and the sister building to Lee Hall.
More information about housing policies, room assignments, move-in/move-out dates and other items concerning current resident students can be found on the Office of Residence Life website on the Inside Manhattan site.