Life in the residence halls is an important and fun part of the Marquette student experience.
Unlike commuter schools, Marquette students spend their evenings and weekends on campus, and residence halls become their home away from home where they eat, sleep, study, and socialize.
With only a few exceptions, first- and second-year students are required to live on campus in one of our nine residence halls for underclassmen.
All freshman enroll in an "anytime dining" plan, which allows them to eat in one of the five main campus dining halls.
In addition to traditional living arrangements, students are able to apply to live in Living Learning Communities on campus, which are available to first-years, second-years, and upperclassmen.
Upperclassmen typically move off campus into our surrounding neighborhoods but also have the option of living in university-owned, apartment-style lodging.