Residence Life

Traditional Undergraduates

Living on the Mount Saint Mary's Chalon or Doheny campus can be an enjoyable experience, providing a unique opportunity for individual and group participation in residence hall life. Living and learning occur throughout the residence hall system and life in the halls complements the academic life of the classroom. Living in the Residence Halls provides opportunities to participate in many activities. A variety of programs and services will be available to you, allowing you to develop personally, spiritually, intellectually, socially, and culturally. Only full-time traditional undergraduates may live in undergraduate housing. For more detailed information on Residence Life guidelines, policies and procedures see page 25 of Student Handbook.

Accelerated Nursing and DPT On-Campus Housing

Living at the Doheny campus improves academic performance and enhances student enjoyment and success at Mount St. Mary’s. Living on campus provides students more frequent and wider ranging contact with faculty, staff and fellow students. It is easier for students to participate in university events and have access to diverse experiences and people. For more detailed information on Acc. Nursing and DPT Residence Life guidelines, policies and procedures visit .

An off-campus housing referral listing is available through the Student Activities and Commuter Services Office.