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Residence Halls

On-campus living at Providence College includes nine traditional halls, five apartment-style halls, and a suites-style residence hall. We know that housing is an important aspect of every students’ college experience. At Providence College, we strive to create a comfortable environment that compliments your academic pursuits. We enhance the educational mission of Providence College by extending student learning and growth into our residential community, and by promoting a purposeful and inclusive environment.

Providence College freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are required to reside on-campus. It is college policy that any student wishing to live off-campus must have permission from the Office of Residence Life & Housing.  Students may obtain permission if they will be in their senior year. Graduate students, married students, and local students living with their parents (commuters) are exempted from the permission requirement.

Any undergraduate student not residing on-campus is required to fill out a permission form and information card with the Office of Residence Life & Housing each academic year. Housing is guaranteed for all four years if students wish to live on campus during their time at Providence College. Click Here for a virtual tour of our residence halls.

First-Year Student Housing

Sophomore Housing

Sophomore – Senior Housing