With three first-year student residences and several housing options for upperclassmen, most students choose to live on campus for their entire time at DeSales. The university's vibrant residential life provides a strong support network, lifelong friendships, and experiences that will shape who you are and what you become.
First-Year Student Housing
Opened in 2001, Aviat Hall is a modern, two-story student residence with 48 suite-style double rooms that share a bathroom. It is co-ed by wing and is an alcohol-free community. Students living at Aviat Hall enjoy duel laundry facilities, five community lounges, and two dedicated study/meeting rooms.
An all-male residence hall with a great view of the intramural fields. Conmy is in the center of campus and is an eight-minute walk or less from every major academic building. It offers students suite-style housing with every two double rooms sharing a bathroom.
An all-female residence hall in the heart of campus – every class is just a short walk away. Tocik provides suite-style housing with every two double rooms sharing a bathroom. Rooms are approximately 18’ x 9’ with built-in closets.
Sophomore and Upperclassman Housing
This upperclassmen residence hall features plenty of communal spaces and a central laundry facility. Double rooms share a bathroom with another room, and men and women occupy separate wings of this three-story facility.
Located "up the hill" next to Connelly Chapel, Chappuis Hall is a multi-purpose building that's home to the President's Office and the DPT program. The second floor provides female underclassmen housing of two-room suites that share a bathroom.
DeChantal is a co-ed upperclassmen residence hall with gender-specific wings, and features two-room suites that share a bathroom. There are lounge/study areas in each wing and in the main lobby.
Located in the center of campus, upperclassmen live in double rooms that share a bathroom with another room. Men and women occupy separate wings. Donahue Hall was constructed with a green mentality, promoting sustainability and conservation.
Perched on the northern hill, each townhome has a first-floor living area, cable television, and laundry. The grounds are complete with charcoal grills, tables, fire-pit, horseshoe pits, and outdoor basketball and volleyball courts.
Finnegan, Guerin, and Harvey Halls each have 22, fully-furnished five-person suites. Each suite features three singles and a double room, 2 1/2 baths, a full kitchen with dishwasher, wi-fi and cable, in-suite washer and dryer units, and ample closet space.
Dorothy Day Student Center