From the moment you’re assigned to a residence hall, your lifelong connection to a Susquehanna community will begin. You’ll live with other first-year students, with whom you’ll take classes and socialize — all while learning more about yourself and others.

Our Office of Residence Life staff sees you as an individual and makes compatible roommate matches that create robust, energetic and fun communities.

When you complete the housing application on Housing Self-Service (login is required), you’ll tell us about yourself and your lifestyle. Answer honestly so we can best pair you with a roommate.

We will carefully review all housing applications and match students based on their responses, taking potential majors into consideration. If you asked to be housed in a Living Learning Collective, you will be matched within your collective.

Aikens Hall
Aikens Hall

A traditional, corridor-style residence, Aikens Hall has been home to thousands of students.

GO House
GO House

The GO House has a tranquil feel despite being just a stone's throw from the Degenstein Campus Center and the heart of campus.

Living & Learning Communities
Living & Learning Communities

In our living and learning communities and collectives, you can room with peers who share your passion.

Reed Hall
Reed Hall

Enjoy the comforts of home in Reed Hall, a traditional corridor-style residence hall.

Scholars House
Scholars House

The Scholars House is a quieter option for first-year students.

Smith Hall
Smith Hall

The largest residence hall on campus, Smith Hall houses almost half the first-year class.

Contact Us

Residence Life

514 University Ave.
Selinsgrove, Pa. 17870

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Location

Degenstein Campus Center, lower level

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Phone & Email

(570) 372-4133
residencelife@susqu.edu