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At Quinnipiac, about 4,800 students live in University-owned housing in traditional residence halls, suites, houses and apartments. Our residential life program provides a safe, comfortable environment that allows every student to make the most of the college experience. From the moment you move in to your room, you are part of a community that cares for you as an individual — a community that will help you become a self-assured and aware adult, ready for an independent and full life.

 

Residence hall on Mount Carmel Campus

Mount Carmel Campus Residences

Mount Carmel Campus Residences

The Complex

The Complex’s unique, award-winning design was modeled after the Olympic Village in Calgary, incorporating a southwestern flair with bright colors and a stucco exterior. It houses sophomore and transfer students in six-person apartments that make up Sahlin Hall, Bakke Hall, and Founders Hall. Each apartment offers three bedrooms, a bathroom, a living room, a kitchen, and lots of built-in storage. Outside is a courtyard used for large-scale programming and a place for students to play ball, throw a Frisbee, study or soak in the sunshine.

  • Cost for Sahlin Hall: $7,395 per semester (including $1,050 food dollars)
  • Cost for Bakke Hall: $7,585 per semester (including $1,450 food dollars)
  • Cost for Founders Hall: $7,395 per semester (including $1,050 food dollars)    

The Commons

The Commons is a freshman residence hall located over the wooden bridge at the beginning of Bobcat Way. While the building is co-ed, the rooms, hallways and bathrooms are assigned to a single sex. Bathrooms are located on the hallway and are used by approximately 50 residents. Each room has four loft beds, four desks, four free-standing closets, and four separate phone and computer lines. The building also has one kitchen and one laundry area in each of the three lobbies.

Cost: $7,585 per semester (including $1,450 food dollars)

Dana English Hall

Dana English Hall, known to our campus community as Dana, is a co-ed residence hall located on Bobcat Way. Rooms, hallways, and bathrooms are assigned to a single sex. Bathrooms are located on the hallway and are used by approximately 30 residents. Each room houses two people and has two beds, two desks, and two free-standing closets. The building also has a kitchen and several laundry areas.

Cost: $7,585 per semester (including $1,450 food dollars)

The Hill

The Hill is a sophomore hall comprised of seven brownstone-style buildings, each with its own set of steps which promotes a cozy, homelike feeling. Each building has six apartments housing seven students in each. Apartments in The Hill offer three bedrooms, a bathroom, a living room, and a kitchen. Third floor apartments feature skylights in the kitchen area and lofted ceilings. All apartments in The Hill are air-conditioned and feature a comfortable balcony or patio ideal for get-togethers.

Cost: $7,395 per semester (including $1,050 food dollars)

Irmagarde Tator Hall

Irmagarde Tator Hall, located on Bobcat Way and known to our campus community as Irma, houses freshman students and our University security office. While the building is co-ed, the rooms, hallways, and bathrooms are assigned to a single sex. Bathrooms are located on the hallway and are used by approximately 30 residents. Each room houses two people and has two beds, two desks and two free-standing closets. The building also has a kitchen and several laundry areas.

Cost: $7,585 per semester (including $1,450 food dollars)

Larson, Perlroth and Troup

Larson, Perlroth, and Troup, known to our campus community as The Suites, are similar two-floor, first-year residence halls. Each has a spacious "mall area" with a vaulted skylight and palm trees. Each suite-style residence hall has 19 suites that house eight students. Each suite is a separate living unit with four bedrooms and its own living room and bathroom.

Cost: $7,585 per semester (including $1,450 food dollars)

The Ledges

The Ledges is a freshman residence hall located toward the end of Bobcat Way. The building is co-ed, but rooms, hallways, and bathrooms are assigned to a single sex. Bathrooms are located on the hallway and are used by approximately 50 residents. Each room has four loft beds, four desks, and four free-standing closets. The building also has several kitchen and laundry areas.

Cost: $7,585 per semester (including $1,450 food dollars)

Mountainview

Mountainview features co-ed suites, each housing eight students. Each suite contains four bedrooms, a common living area, a bathroom, and a storage area. In addition, Mountainview also has several common areas throughout the building with kitchen areas on the second and third levels. Mountainview features 46 suites in total.

Cost: $7,585 per semester (including $1,450 food dollars)

The Village

The Village community is home to two areas: Village and New Village. The community is composed of 28 buildings with 14 buildings each in Village and New Village. Each building has four suites housing between five and 10 sophomore students. The Village suites are typically multi-level with a common room, from two to four bedrooms, and a bathroom.

Cost: $7,585 per semester (including $1,450 food dollars)

Eastview Residence Hall on York Hill Campus

York Hill Campus Residences

York Hill Campus Residences

The Crescent and Westview

The Crescent and Westview residence hall is one of our newest residence halls, providing housing for upperclassmen. It features a unique, award-winning design as well as an excellent location near the Rocky Top Student Center. The Crescent and Westview features three types of apartments. The majority of the apartments have three bedrooms, a common room, a full kitchen and two full bathrooms. There are a few two-bedroom apartments scattered through the residence hall. These apartments feature a common room, a full kitchen and two full bathrooms. The Westview section of The Crescent offers four-bedroom apartments for senior students in 2012 - 2013. The Westview is the only section that features three single bedrooms and a double bedroom.

  • Cost for Westview Singles: $8,455 per semester (including $1,050 food dollars)
  • Cost for Westview Doubles: $7,370 per semester (including $1,050 food dollars)
  • Cost for Crescent Doubles: $7,370 per semester (including $1,050 food dollars)

The Townhouses

The Townhouses on York Hill are similar to the Village on the Mount Carmel Campus, the most popular area in University housing. The Townhouses feature 21 apartments, each with three double bedrooms, a full-sized kitchen, a large furnished living room, and a bathroom. Students have easy access to the TD Bank Sports Center and the Rocky Top Student Center, which includes a cafeteria, study and student organization space, a computer support services, and a fitness center.

Cost: $7,370 per semester (including $1,050 food dollars)    

Off-Campus Residences

Whitney Village

The Whitney Village Apartments are air-conditioned apartments selected for seniors. There are one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, and all students live in either single or double occupancy bedrooms. Each apartment includes a furnished living area, kitchen, and bathroom. There is one phone line with voicemail per apartment and full wireless connectivity inside as well as in the courtyard outside. The large courtyard offers a large green area, including picnic tables.

Cost: $7,680 per semester

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