Residence Life

Living on campus is one of the best ways to experience college life. Some of your fondest memories will revolve around the lifelong friendships that you make at D'Youville College.

Living on campus makes it easy to:

  • Get to know other students
  • Have fun at campus events
  • Join student clubs and organizations
  • Study together and work on class projects
  • Develop interpersonal skills
  • Eat on campus with your friends
  • Walk to class and save time commuting!

Where Will You Live?

Tip: You will receive your housing assignment shortly after Summer Orientation sessions are over. We will also assign you a roommate and provide contact information, if you didn't already choose someone during Orientation.

Marguerite Hall

  • Primarily for first- and second-year students.
  • Co-ed, with floors divided by gender.
  • 12-story building with breathtaking views of the Buffalo waterfront, downtown and Canada.
  • About 28 students reside on each floor, which includes study lounge, TV lounge and kitchenette.
  • Each room has cable TV hook-up, Internet access, phone line capability, micro-fridge and individually-controlled heat/air conditioning.
  • Staffed by a security guard 24 hours a day; ID required to enter building.
  • Resident Assistant lives on each floor.
  • Fun activities and events throughout each semester.
  • Well-lighted, protected, parking lot for residents.

Residence Apartment Complex

  • For D'Youville juniors or students 21 and older, including graduate and doctoral students.
  • Four-bedroom apartments feature two full baths.
  • Roomy and fully furnished.
  • Full-size refrigerator/freezer, microwave and stove; cable TV hook-up, Internet access, local phone service, and individually-controlled heat/air conditioning.
  • Individual electronic access cards to building and apartments.
  • Well-lighted, protected, parking lot for residents.

Part-time Housing

  • For those who only want to stay one to three nights per week, based on availability.
  • Avoid the winter commute; live and study away from the distractions of home.
  • Subject to the availability of space after full-time housing requests have been met.

Summer Housing

  • Full- or part-time housing is also available for students attending college during the summer.
  • Summer 2015 Housing Information and Application will be available starting in March 2015


News and Announcements

For Spring 2016 housing, please use the standard housing forms:

Marguerite Hall Application (PDF)
Apartments Application (PDF)

Contact Us

Residence Life Office
Campus location: MGT 103
Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Phone: (716) 829-7698


Edward Reilly, Director
Rory Szwed, Assistant Director

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