Our Residence Halls

Marymount University’s residence halls promote student learning outside the classroom. Additionally, we promote student success by enabling students the opportunity to build healthy relationships with their peers within the halls. Each residence hall has upper-class students known as a Resident Assistants (RA) who engage students in programming, support students in conflict resolution, helps student transition to campus and provide other aids to support an array of student challenges. Each hall has an Assistant Coordinator that works professionally in order to add more support and lead the Resident Assistants in directing a healthy learning environment and safety within the halls.

To assist you in this academic focus, Marymount University offers a variety of highly attractive, affordable and conveniently located Residence Halls you will call home. By eliminating any distractions or needless burdens that can sometimes impede commuter students, on-campus housing is the most efficient way to attend MU.

When you live at Marymount University you can take advantage of the many conveniences offered only to on-campus residents, such as:

  • Walking distance to campus
  • TV streaming service (via Philo EDU)
  • Wireless internet
  • Easy access to faculty & staff
  • Fitness center and gym
  • No utility bills
  • On site laundry facilities
  • New & convenient dining

Residential Life and Housing strives to make your college experience as vibrant and diverse as Arlington and Washington DC. In addition to the conveniences of living on campus, students can enjoy social activities meant to build a positive community including:

  • Video game tournaments
  • Environmental and museum trips
  • Pool Battleship tournaments
  • Bowling and movie trips
  • Super Bowl tailgate parties
  • Intramural tournaments
  • Bonfire nights

Students living in Butler, Rowley, Berg, Gerard and Ostapenko Halls also have access to a tv streaming service (via Philo EDU).  The halls also have lounges and kitchen facilities for students to use. Some halls also include special Living Learning Communities that residents can apply to and become a part of the community. If you are interested in a Living Learning Communities please select a Living Learning Community in your housing application.