Residence Hall Fast Facts for 2012-2013
- Villanova houses approximately 4,400 undergraduate students in 26 on-campus residence halls located throughout all areas of campus - Main Campus, South Campus and West Campus. There are 18 traditional residence halls and 8 apartment-style halls that are reserved for upper-class students.
- Residence halls are co-educational and range in size from 30 to 520 residents. Students residing in traditional residence halls are housed in rooms and on floors/wings according to gender (given its unique layout, Simpson Hall is normally reserved as a single-gender hall). Apartment units are single-gender, but floors and wings are co-educational.
- Freshman students may housed in halls on all areas of campus. Most freshman students are normally housed in double or converted triple rooms in in , , , , , , , Good Counsel and Halls. New students may also be housed, if necessary, in Delurey, St. Mary's (single rooms) or Fedigan Halls.
Common Housing Questions
Rooms vary in size and configuration depending on the specific hall. Follow this link for more information about a specific residence hall.
Fedigan Hall, Sullivan Hall, Sheehan Hall, South Campus Residence Halls and West Campus Residence Halls are equipped with air conditioning. Alumni, Austin, Corr, Delurey, Moriarty, O'Dwyer, St. Rita's and Simpson Halls do not have air conditioning. For fire safety reasons, students may not bring individual room or window air conditioners to the residence halls. Fans are permitted and encouraged.
Residence Life has a limited supply of "extra-long" or 36" by 80" by 7" mattresses, which are available upon request and based on need. Click here for information on how to request an extra-long mattress. Requests should be limited to those over 6' 2" in height. These mattresses require extra long sheets.
Cars on Campus
Freshman residents and Sophomore residents are not eligible for on-campus parking privileges. All inquiries about parking should be directed to the Department of Public Safety, Parking Division, (610) 519-6990.
If there is a facilities or maintenance concern in the residence halls, students can follow this link to submit a service request directly to Facilities Management. In the event of a facilities emergency, such as flooding, electrical concerns or lack of heat, students should call:
Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-3:00 pm: Facilities Management Office, 610-519-4420
All other times: Public Safety at 610-519-6979
Residence Hall Resources
Students with problems or questions often turn to their Resident Assistants (RA) for help. Resident Assistants are students who live in the residence halls and have been specially trained to provide appropriate assistance to other residents. Also, Residence Life staff members are available to help you by providing information, advice, counsel, referral or assistance in emergencies. For help with any other problems that may arise, visit the Student Life web site and check out the many other support services Villanova offers the community.
Each residence hall room on campus has a cable television jack, which provides 29 basic cable channels. Your room should also be equipped with a digital adapter that is required to access 50 additional cable television channels. The adapter should be in a drawer of one of the desks in the room. If you do not have an adapter in your room, Comcast will be on campus during move-in and will provide you with the adapter free of charge. The cost for this basic cable television service is included in the room charge. Students will need to provide their own coaxial cable cord to connect the jack to their television.
Resident students will have the option to purchase premium cable packages that include HD, pay-per view and premium cable channels directly from Comcast. Students who opt for this upgraded package will contract directly with Comcast and will be responsible for all payments and return of an upgraded cable box.