Living On-Campus

Make lifelong friends and fantastic memories when you live on campus at Albertus Magnus. You’ll quickly discover your home away from home!

Our beautiful suburban location provides a safe environment where you can discover and relish the responsibilities of being independent. Within our close-knit educational community, you’ll enjoy a wealth of social and recreational activities to fit your busy life.

As part of the first-year living experience, new students joining the College are housed together in Dominican Hall. Dominican Hall is our more typical high-rise housing option. Our new students will reside on the first three floors. The first floor and second floor are single gender living areas while the third floor is co-ed by wing. The fourth floor is a co-ed upperclassmen living option.

As student continue their residential experience at Albertus Magnus, our mansion residence halls become a housing option. They are: Siena Hall, Sansbury Hall, Nilan Hall and McAuliffe Hall. These expansive mansions built by 19th-century New Haven business leaders are now part of the 50-acre Albertus Magnus campus and are exclusively residence halls.

Meet our residence assistants to get acquainted before you arrive on campus. Check the Housing FAQs.


All residence halls and the College dining hall are closed during Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring vacations when classes are not in session.

Students who live on campus are required to sign a housing contract.

Students with Disabilities

The College will be guided by the standard of documentation prescribed by the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 to provide reasonable accommodations with regard to housing for students with disabilities. All appropriate documentation should be submitted to the Dean of Students.