Live on a sprawling 373-acre estate. And still be close to your neighbors.

Students in residence hall room

Walking through the University of Dayton's campus, you're not the only one who feels right at home: approximately 90 percent of our undergrads live on campus or in the student neighborhood.

You'll appreciate your new home almost as much as the view. Our 373-acre campus was named one of the most significant campus sites in the country by the American Society of Landscape Architects. Beauty, and everything else needed, is all around.

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Welcome home.

Marycrest Complex

We like to think it's the people who make our education among the best in the nation, not the buildings. But that doesn't mean we don't have great facilities. As you walk across campus, you'll find historic halls intermingled with state-of-the-art facilities, allowing you to experience the best of both worlds.

And whether you want to stay in your residence hall, on campus or in town, there's never a shortage of things to do.

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Nearly every student studies at least one semester of porch culture.

Houses in student neighborhood

After your first-year, you might move to an apartment, suite or house in the student neighborhood. This totally unique, totally Daytonian environment is one you'll relish for years to come. Porches filled with friends. Cornhole boards dotting the lawns. And friendships forming left and right.

Directions for Obtaining Verification of your Campus Address:
1.  Go to
2.  Click "Login" in the "Personal Information" box
3.  Login with your LDAP username/password
4.  Click on "My Record" in the "Personal Information" box
5.  Scroll down to the bottom of the screen
6.  You will see a room assignment and a local address if you live on campus

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Let us roll out the welcome mat.

Guest house

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Covering all our grounds.


From our first-year residence halls, to apartments and suites, to the houses in the vibrant student neighborhood, we offer a variety of housing options.

The University is obligated to provide accessible housing pursuant to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. § 794, and its implementing regulation at 34 C.F.R. Part 104. Please contact Jim Froehlich at to request accessible housing or learn about disability-related housing issues.

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Questions? Comments?

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Housing and Residence Life
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-0950

Gosiger Hall Room 210

Phone: 937-229-3317
Fax: 937-229-3446 (available 24 hours/day)


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