Why Live on Campus?

Gannon University is a tight-knit community with many events and opportunities to get engaged with on campus! Living on campus keeps you close to all the action. Walk to your classes. Zip over to the library to get that book you need. Grab a bite to eat, or work out in our amazing athletic and recreation facilities. No matter what you are looking for, living on campus helps you make the most of your college experience and keeps you close to the resources you need to succeed.

Gannon provides a comfortable environment gauged towards the academic and holistic development of each student. There are numerous lounges for either study or socialization. Internet access, utilities, and maintenance are all included in our facilities.

Who needs to live on campus?

Gannon University requires all undergraduate students who are within their first 4 semesters to live in University-owned housing in order to encourage engagement with the Gannon community and provide support to students transitioning to college life. When students enter their 2nd year at Gannon University, the can move into a wide variety of  University-owned apartment buildings, Greek houses or other small properties.

Whether you are a returning graduate student looking for new accommodation options or an incoming student requesting accommodations on campus, we have apartment-style University-owned housing units.

Housing Selection Process:

Step 1: Acceptance to Gannon University

Contact the Office of Global Admissions about acceptance and login information.

Step 2: Complete Housing Application

Please visit the student portal at my.gannon.edu and click on myHousing. The graduate housing step-by-step guide will help you through the application process.

Space is limited!

Assignments will be offered as space is available. Assignments are made in date order. Unfortunately, due to the demand for housing and the number of beds that typically become available each year, the Office of Residence Life cannot guarantee that housing will be available for every graduate applicant. Housing is available on a first-come, first served basis. The earlier you complete the application process, the better your chances are to receive your preferred accommodations.

2019-20 Housing Costs

Please note that these costs are per semester based on nine-month contracts for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020. Cost includes a $5/semester Activity Fee and a $25/semester Laundry Usage Fee; Finegan, Wehrle & West Hall also include a $40/semester micro-fridge fee.

 Housing Type

 Per Semester Cost

Finegan Hall

Single: $3,580
Double: $3,540

Wehrle Hall

Single: $3,580
Double: $3,200 
Double Suite: $3,355

West Hall            

Single: $2,990

Greek Housing (AST, DKE, PSS)

Single: $3,130
Double: $2,830

Catholic House

Single $3,800
Double $3,300

Kenilworth

Single: $3,960
Double: $3,660

Freeman and Lubiak

Single: $3,940
Double: $3,340

Harborview Apartments

Single: $4,370
 Double: $3,960

North Hall

Single: $4,440
Double: $4,140

Walker Hall

Single Apartment: $4,300 
Single Room: $4,000

Wickford Apartments

Single Apartment: $4,300
Single Room: $3,990
Double Room: $3,680

202-204 & 210 West 8th Street

Single Apartment: $4,300
Single Room: $3,980

221 West 5th Street     

Single Room: $2,980

223 West 5th Street

Single Room: $2,980

305 West 5th Street     

Single: $3,130
Double: $2,830

301 West 5th Street    

Single Apartment: $4,280

502 and 504 Sassafras Street

Single Room: $2,980
Double Room: $2,680

632 Sassafras Street

Single: $4,300 
Double: $3,800

302 Myrtle Street

Single: $3,130

608 Walnut Street         

Single: $2,930
Double: $2,630