Seton Hill University houses upperclass men and women in Canevin and Lowe Halls. Canevin Hall has five stories and Lowe has four stories. The two buildings connect, making two large wings for students. A total of 134 men and women live in the buildings on alternating floors along with a Resident Assistant on each floor. A Residence Life professional also lives in the buildings.
All rooms in Canevin/Lowe Halls are single occupancy. Each floor has kitchen facilities. The halls are also part of what residents refer to as Main Complex because they connect to Maura Hall, the dining hall, the post office, and the Administration Building. The 5th floor of Canevin Hall is designated as an official Quiet Floor.