Living on Campus
We recommend that entering freshmen in the College of Undergraduate Studies live in the student residence halls unless they have made appropriate arrangements for off-campus housing approved by a relative or guardian. You must first complete academic registration to be eligible for University housing.
To apply for University housing, you must submit a housing deposit to the Office of Admissions. Once the deposit is received, the Office of Residence Life will mail you a packet containing key information and forms to be completed, including a housing application and a housing and board agreement. You may fax the forms to Student Development and Engagement (610-407-9754) to help expedite the process. Once these items are returned, you will be placed in University housing. During the summer, a housing assignment notification is sent to all students indicating who their roommate(s) will be for the upcoming semester.
Priority for University housing is for those enrolled in the College of Undergraduate Studies. If available, University housing may be offered to adult students in the College of LifeLong Learning (CLL) and the College of Graduate Studies (CGS). In general, CLL and CGS students are placed in Marchwood Apartments in Exton, PA. These apartments are assigned by the University, and utilities, etc. are covered through the student’s room charges. In contrast to the residence halls, the apartments remain open the entire academic year and do not close until May.
Students can obtain information about off-campus housing, working with landlords, and other factors from the Office of Residence Life. In addition, a listing of off-campus rental properties, provided by the landlords, is available in the office.
Immaculata University makes no representation whatsoever regarding the housing or the landlords in this listing. You are responsible for inspecting the property and negotiating lease terms with your landlord.