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Housing and Residential Life

Welcome to St. Thomas University’s Residential Community

We are glad you’re here! St. Thomas University office of Residential Life provides the opportunity for community living based upon the Catholic philosophy of mutual respect for the rights of each individual. Our residence hall arrangements encourage autonomy, the development of interpersonal relationships, along with the convenience of residing on campus.

The information you will navigate on our website will assist you in understanding our communities, our facilities, policies, activities, and mission. We thank you for your interest in this information and welcome comments. You will find your experience with us exciting, and inclusive. We vow to support your academic endeavors, provide you with a healthy living environment to promote personal growth, and expose you to exciting programs and residential services. This site will introduce you to our various facilities, special interest communities, policies, and personnel.

Enjoy your travels through this site. We hope you’ll choose to be an integral and active part of this community. If you have any questions, we invite you to contact our office. We look forward to a great journey together. Once again, welcome.

Future Residents

National research shows that residence hall living helps students better adjust to a university, take greater advantage of its resources, perform better academically, become more involved, and in general, have a more positive and successful university experience.

We provide a safe and supportive environment for making the most of your college experience. Our residence halls are economical and convenient- located adjacent to academic and other buildings on campus. Within our system of 3 residence halls and suite style housing, we house approximately 360 students.

Let us know how we can help you in any way during your stay with us. The Residential Life Office has professional and para-professional staff members working and living in the residence halls, with the intent of providing leadership, guidance, and assistance for resident students. Each living area is assigned a resident assistant, RA. The Associate Director is located in Donnellon Hall. The main office number is 305-628-6554.

Again, welcome to St. Thomas University!

Richard McNab
Associate Director of Residential Life and Housing
Phone 305-628-6554
Fax: 305-628-6555
Email: rmcnab@stu.edu