Housing options at Marian University

Residence Halls

Doyle Hall

Doyle Hall

Highlights

Who can live here: First-year students only

Amenities: Large lobby with two LCD TVs, soft seating, study tables, and vending. Pool table and free laundry in the basement. Cable TV. Internet.

Room and board: 2020-21 rate is $5,660 per semester for a double (two-person) occupancy or $6,350 per semester for a single (limited availability for medical purposes). Students interested in a triple rooms will pay the reduced rate at $4,660 per semester. 

Room layouts: Single, double, or triple occupancy with a community bathroom on each floor

Average room size: Double rooms = 16' 1" x 11' 7" | Single rooms = 8' 5" x 15' 10"

Clare Hall

Clare Hall

Highlights

Who can live here: Any undergraduate students

Amenities: Home to the Unity Center and the Dining Commons, soft seating, study tables, and vending. Kitchen, and study room on the second floor. Free laundry in the basement. Cable TV. Internet.

Room and board: 2020-21 rate is $5,660 per semester for a double (two-person) occupancy; $6,350 per semester for a single (limited availability for medical purposes). Students interested in a triple rooms will pay the reduced rate at $4,660 per semester.

Room layouts: Second floor rooms are suite-style double and triple rooms with a shared bathroom in between. Third floor rooms are double and triple rooms with community bathrooms.

Average room size: Double and triple room = 17' x 13' 

Living/learning communities: Alverna Community, Peace and Justice Community, and Honors and Engineering Community

University Hall


Highlights

Who can live here: Upperclassmen

Amenities: Kitchenettes on each floor. LCD TVs in each lounge. Computer room. Free laundry in basement.

Room and board: 2020-21 rate is $5,660 per semester for a double (two-person) occupancy; $6,350 per semester for a single (limited availability for medical purposes). Students interested in a triple rooms will pay the reduced rate at $5,160 per semester. 

Room layouts: Single, double, and triple rooms are suite-style with a shared bathroom.

Average room size: Double and Triple = 16' x 12' | Single = 16' x 8'  

Drew Hall

Drew Hall

Highlights

Who can live here: Upperclassmen

Amenities: Lounges on each floor with kitchenette and LCD TVs. Free laundry on the first floor. Cable TV. Internet.

Room and board: 2020-21 rate is $5,660 per semester for a double (two-person) occupancy; $6,350 per semester for a single (limited availability for medical purposes). Students interested in a triple rooms will pay the reduced rate at $5,160 per semester.  

Room layouts: Single, double, or triple suite-style rooms with a shared bathroom and private living room

Average room size: Double and triple = 12' x 15' with 14' x 15' common area | Single = 8' x 14' with 8' x 14' common area 

Campus apartments


Highlights

Who can live here: Students who are 21 and older and meet GPA/Involvement criteria

Amenities: Full-kitchen with dishwasher, washer/dryer in apartment. Cable. Internet.

Room and board: 2020-21 rate is $3,860 per semester; Students required to have a commuter meal plan ($200)

Room layouts: Two bedroom, two bath apartments with full-kitchen, dining room, living room, and washer/dryer setup. Apartments are unfurnished. 

Campus houses

Campus Houses

Highlights

Who can live here: Students who are 21 years of age and meet GPA/Involvement criteria

Amenities: Vary but generally include two to five bedrooms, one to two bathrooms, living room, dining room, full-kitchen, basement, washer/dryer.

Room and board: 2020-21 rate is $3,600 per semester; Students required to have a commuter meal plan ($200). Also note, internet and cable costs are student responsibility if desired. 

Room layouts: Vary significantly. Most campus houses are one story and are unfurnished.

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