Marian University's Ancilla College is committed to providing all students with a comprehensive educational experience. While Ancilla does not require students to live on campus, the residence halls at Marian University's Ancilla College may end up being the place where you'll encounter the most inviting and supportive community you have ever experienced, and it will inspire you to make the most of your college experience. Revel in a scenic environment full of opportunities for your intellectual advancement, delight in new friendships with like-minded (or not) individuals who will encourage and challenge you, explore your faith, explore your city, and, most importantly, explore your own potential on a historic campus that also features just the right amount of new and shiny!
Rooms with private bathrooms are now available in quiet, clean, three-story residence halls with fireplaces, media centers, study areas, laundry, and meditation rooms.
Residential and Commuter Life strives to provide all students with a space to build connections and improve campus operations for the benefit of the student. As such, the office works to identify vacancies to consolidate residential spaces.
Consolidation is residential reassignment that occurs in response to a specific situation, including the following:
The expectations for this process will be communicated the 4th week of the semester and moves will start shortly thereafter. For rooms that are identified as part of the room consolidation process, multiple resolutions are available. These may include:
In the meantime, if there is a vacant space, please make sure to leave the space open for a new roommate.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Residential and Commuter Life (RCL) reserves the right to consolidate vacancies and/or reassign students, if necessary, for the most effective use of residential spaces. RCL will work with students involved in the consolidation process to determine the best option for them.
Residence halls close for Thanksgiving, Winter, and Spring breaks. Students who are competing in university related athletics may be approved to stay over a particular break if requested by their coach. Students who need to stay on campus over these breaks for other reasons are required to apply to stay. Residents who apply to stay over break will get an email explicitly approving or denying their requests. Residents who are approved to stay for athletics do not need to apply individually and will still get an email approving their stay.
The application to stay over Thanksgiving Break 2023 will be released in October 2023.
The application to stay for any part or all of Winter Break will be released in November 2023.
The application to stay for Spring Break will be posted early in the Spring 2023 semester.
Additional policies related to Residential and Commuter Life for students can be found in these documents. Please familiarize yourself with them before moving in to your campus residence.
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