Susquehanna University offers a wide variety of high-quality campus housing. Students can choose from traditional, corridor-style halls, suites, townhouses, apartments and family-style houses, each requiring no more than a 10- minute walk to class.
The majority of residence halls were built or renovated in the last 10 years, making for a well-appointed, comfortable living experience.
Residence Halls at a Glance
- 51 individual residential buildings, grouped into 12 residential areas
- Fraternity and sorority houses are single sex; all other halls are co-ed to some degree.
- Largest residence hall—Smith Hall (275 students); smallest—the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. house (4 students)
- Average occupancy of most halls: 80–150 students
- All residence halls feature lounges, kitchenettes, and study areas in addition to student rooms.
- All residence halls are maintained by facilities management staff and housekeepers. Bathrooms, lounges, hallways and all other common areas are cleaned daily by university staff while student rooms are the responsibility of the residents.