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dorm resident in marguerite hall

Marguerite Hall focuses on the first-year student experience. It's a twelve-story co-educational residence hall that houses 308 students with approximately 28 residents per floor.

Amenities & Features

  • Breathtaking views of the Buffalo waterfront, downtown, and Canada
  • Each floor includes a study lounge, TV lounge, and kitchenette.
  • Each room has cable TV hook-up, Internet access, phone line capability, and individually-controlled heating and air conditioning.
  • Gated resident-only parking lot (w/purchase of hang tag)
  • Housing information representatives  monitor the front desk from 8 AM - 8 PM
  • Resident Advisor lives on each floor.

Fun activities and educational events are scheduled throughout the semester for residents of Marguerite Hall.

Each living area features:
  • Study lounge
  • TV lounge
  • Kitchenette
  • Access to vending machines
  • Coin-less laundry facilities
  • 24-hour computer lab located on the first floor

Dimensions & details

Each 15 ft. x 11.5 ft room is furnished with:
  • Closet/wardrobe
  • Standard twin bed
  • Dresser
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Wall desk light

Windows measure 59 in. wide by 66 in. long with blinds permanently installed. Any further window decorations may be installed only with tension rods, no other form of attachment is allowed.

Students Supply These Items

Students supply their own linens and personal items including, but not limited to, TV, floor lamps (no halogen lamps or multi-arm lamps permitted), carpet, mirror (to be hung on back of door only), and decorations to individualize each space.


Students who live in the residence halls can access their SpectrumU accounts from their desktop, smart devices, mobile devices, and kindle.


Resident Advisors

Resident Advisors (RA) are student leaders who live with their fellow students in the residence halls. RA’s are responsible for the management and assistance of residents on their floor.

RAs serve as the initial contact person for the students on issues such as: roommate conflicts, maintenance concerns, general questions about the campus, and issues that may arise within a Residence Hall community. They implement social and educational programs within the halls, build a community, and assist with enforcing the College’s Code of Conduct.

RAs are a great resource, as they were starting their journey at D’Youville – just like you are — not too long ago!

Marguerite Hall in the winter

Marguerite Hall

A 12-story residence hall primarily for first-years and sophomore students.

Men's double room

Double Room

A men's double in Marguerite Hall

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Furnishings we provide

A double room in Marguerite features twin size beds, dressers, closet, desk and chair, and desk light.

Contact Us

Office of Student Engagement & Housing