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Live, learn, laugh and grow. You'll do it all at Susquehanna.

Living and learning happens day and night-much of it in and around our residential housing communities. Strangers become friends. Roommates bond. Ideas are exchanged and, over time, you'll gain confidence and independence.

Our housing is not just roomy, comfortable and updated. Some say it's just down right impressive.

Whether you live in a traditional dorm, suite, townhouse or on-campus apartment, you'll find it easy to make yourself at home. All feature lounges, kitchenettes and study areas in addition to student rooms. They're equipped with Wi-Fi and cable, and are within a 10-minute walk of our academic buildings.

Four dorms, Aikens, Hassinger, Reed and Smith, are designated specifically for first-year students.

After that, you'll be able to choose from a variety of housing options. Susquehanna is a residential campus with housing guaranteed for all four years. All non-commuter students live on campus.

At Susquehanna, our residence life staff and resident assistants guide and support you as you learn lifelong skills. First-year programming ensures a smooth transition as you start your college life. 

18th Street Commons

These conveniently located townhouses, designed for three or four upperclass students, feature full kitchens and common living areas.

Aikens Hall

A popular first-year housing option, Aikens is situated in the middle of campus next to the Degenstein Campus Center. It’s housing in the middle of the action!

Hassinger Hall

The smallest of the first-year dorms, Hassinger is home to 85 students who enjoy a rich living and learning community.

GO House

Students in the GO House share the excitement of planning for—or returning from—their Global Opportunities trip.

Greek Life Housing

Our social and professional fraternities and sororities live together in classic houses on campus.

Living & Learning Communities

Connect your classroom to your life outside of it by living with peers who share your academic interests.

North Hall

A popular choice for sophomores, North Hall offers a combination of suites or traditional single, double and triple rooms.

Reed Hall

Traditional first-year housing with double and triple rooms offers plenty of opportunities for relaxing with friends.

Sassafras Complex

A mix of townhouses and apartment-style residences allow students to gain independent living skills while still on campus.

Scholars House

The Scholars’ House is alive with music! This learning and learning community is home to music education majors.

Seibert Hall

Built in 1902, this beautifully updated National Historic Landmark houses single- and double-room suites as well as classrooms, offices and an auditorium.

Smith Hall

The largest dorm on campus, Smith houses 275 first-year students in traditional double and triple rooms.

West Hall

This traditional corridor-style dorm is a hub for sophomores on campus.

West Village

You’ll find the suite life as well as classrooms here, where seven buildings house 336 students.

Our Campus & Location

Located near the banks of the beautiful Susquehanna River, Susquehanna is situated on 325 scenic acres in the charming town of Selinsgrove, Pa.

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Residence Life

514 University Ave.
Selinsgrove, Pa. 17870

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Aikens Hall

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Phone & Email

(570) 372-4133

Dining at Susquehanna

Have a study session over Starbucks. Grab a quick bite before class. Sit down for a leisurely meal to unwind with your friends.

You can do it all at our six convenient dining locations.

Our dining staff continuously creates new great tastes. Choose from traditional American cuisines, international fare and a variety of popular national brands.

Learn more about dining services, including our flexible meal plan options to fit every budget and every appetite. 

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Housing & Dining

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Dining Services

514 University Ave.
Selinsgrove, Pa. 17870

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Degenstein Campus Center

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Phone & Email

James Faulkner

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