La Salle’s residences are located throughout campus and include twelve resident halls, two apartment complexes, and a townhouse complex. Students can live in a range of style of dorms including townhouses, singles, doubles, and suite-style rooms.
Living on campus puts students in the heart of all the action on campus. Students who reside on campus have roommates and friends who support them, excellent security systems to ensure safety, plenty of dining services, parking conveniences, and much more!
We maintain a variety of housing options for undergraduate students. The various residences are located throughout the campus and include residence halls, apartment complexes, and a townhouse complex.
Most of our dining options are open daily and have hours available on weekends. Choices for snacking and meals include Union Dining — an all-you-care-to-eat dining location in the Union Building, TreeTops Café — an all-you-care-to-eat dining hall open on evenings and weekends. We also have Starbucks and Saxbys for coffee and snacks, the Union Food Court for burgers and sandwiches, and the Union Market, our on-campus convenience store.
Our students often say that La Salle becomes their second home. What better way to help make the transition to college easier than living with other first-year students with similar interests, hobbies, and lifestyles?
Latin for “sign of faith,” Signum Fidei provides students the opportunity to meet and live with students with similar values. Students will explore the Lasallian concepts of faith, service, and community, while reflecting what those concepts mean to them personally and discovering their life’s passion. If you’re interested in giving back to the community and making a difference, Signum Fidei will provide students with countless service opportunities—locally and through travel.
If you choose one of our six Living Learning Communities (LLC), you will be part of a tight-knit community living together in an LLC-specific area of one of our residential halls. You’ll have the opportunity to interact with each other and with student, staff, and faculty mentors, while attending events, speakers, and programs specific to your LLC. Students will work together with the guidance of their Resident Adviser (RA) and other advisers to shape their learning experiences and take responsibility for their shared community.