Gonzaga offers many different residential communities to meet the needs of students.
Traditional Style Residence Halls
These communities are traditional in the sense that they may be of the same style as the residences your parents may have lived in if they attended college. They are distinguished by bedroom rooms located on either side of a central corridor and a community bathroom that serves the floor. Traditional residence halls tend to be more popular with 1st year residents.
Suite Style Residence Halls
This style of hall offers a suite of two or three bedrooms that share an adjacent bathroom. In most cases, the suites are accessible from an interior common space, although there are some with bedrooms that open directly from the exterior of the building. Suite style halls tend to be popular with 2nd year residents.
These communities offer what you'd expect in apartment style living--living room, bathroom, kitchens. Most of the apartments are two and three bedroom units, however, there are also a few one, four, and five bedroom units. For students still subject to the residency requirement, most bedrooms will be double occupancy. For students who have fulfilled the residency requirement, most bedrooms are single occupancy. Apartment style living is popular with 2nd year residents as well as those who have fulfilled the residency requirement. The Housing and Residence Life staff does not recommend that 1st year residents select apartment style living as a preference.
All of the communities offer the standard amenities--furnishings, network access, cable TV and phone service.
2012-13 On-Campus Residence Communities
|Building||Style ||Building Gender||Approx. Capacity||Special Theme or Interest||% 1st Sem. Residents Fall 2010-11|
|301 Boone||Apartment||Coed by Apt||21||0%|
|Burch ||Apartment||Coed by Apt||110||5%|
|Catherine/Monica||Traditional||Coed by Floor||372||97%|
|Chardin||Suite||Coed by Suite||52||51%|
|Coughlin||Traditional||Coed by Wing||325||Cura Personalis, Encountering Cultures, Learning to Lead, Men & Women for Others||50%|
|Corkery ||Apartment||Coed by Apt||152||5%|
|Crimont||Traditional||Coed by Floor||97||91%|
|Cushing||Suite||Coed by Suite||52||42%|
|Dillon||Suite||Coed by Suite||90||7%|
|Dooley||Suite||Coed by Suite||106||55%|
|Dussault||Apartment||Coed by Apt||201||7%|
|Goller||Suite||Coed by Suite||91||Engineering||40%|
|Kennedy ||Apartment||Coed by Apt||418||4%|
|Madonna||Traditional||Coed by Floor||148||48%|
|Marian||Traditional||Coed by Floor||95||Outdoor and Leadership||63%|
||Coed by Floor||80||55%|
|Sharp Apt||Apartment||Coed by Apt||33||9%|
|Twohy||Suite||Coed by Suite||90||1%|
Individuals needing information about disability accessible housing facilities can contact the Office of Housing & Residence Life at (509) 323-4103 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.