Housing & Dining
Housing & Dining
Your Home Away From Home
Become a part of our community! From floor programs and movie nights to campfires on the lawn, there's never a shortage of hospitality and companionship on campus - both inside and outside of the classroom. Whether you're commuting to campus or living in one of our residence halls, it's easy to feel at home at Seton Hill University!
- Havey Hall
- Brownlee Hall
- DeChantal Hall
- Farrell Hall
- Maura Hall
- Canevin & Lowe Halls
- Sisters of Charity Hall
Room and board costs vary by hall. If you have any questions please contact the Office of Residence Life at (724) 830-4999.
All full-time undergraduate students are required to live in the residence halls for six semesters (not counting summer or January terms), or until they achieve senior status unless granted permission by the Office of Residence Life. Permission will be granted if the student provides evidence and qualifies for one or more of the following conditions:
- The student is 24 years of age or older.
- The student served and/or is discharged from the Armed Forces.
- The student is living with parents(s), legal guardian(s), or close family member(s) and commuting to school. The parent(s), legal guardian(s), or close family member(s) must live within a 50-mile radius of campus.
- The student is married and/or has one or more dependent children whom he/she supports and who lives with him/her.
This policy became effective beginning with the students entering Seton Hill University for Fall 2016.
Worried you'll miss out on some home-cooked meals when you leave for college? No need to worry here! Seton Hill University's Dining Services offers unique dining experiences for students, varying in different options and hours. Our dining options include:
Even better, some of the food you will enjoy in our dining facilities is grown right here on campus in our Green Thread Garden.
Visit our Campus Dish Site to learn more about our variety of student and commuter meal plans.