Student Neighborhood

With over 560 houses and apartments, the Student Neighborhood spans the western side of campus and houses just over 2000 Juniors and Seniors. Comprised of both a North and South area, the Student Neighborhood is a vibrant place where students practice living in community. Communities in the Student Neighborhood range from single apartments to 12-person houses. The Student Neighborhood offers a unique environment for upper-class students to challenge themselves in multiple ways. The Student Neighborhood offers chances for residents to construct their own learning experience through Special Interest Housing or take part in the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation located at ArtStreet. Whether you want to develop your faith life through a Marianist Student Community, build upon a legacy in a Values-Based Greek House, or simple hang out on the porch with your friends-you can find it in the Student Neighborhood at the University of Dayton.

North Student Neighborhood

Supervised by a community coordinator, two residence coordinators, and fourteen fellows, the north student neighborhood comprises of the following:

•Rogge
Obell
Chambers
Woodland
Alberta

South Student Neighborhood

Sitting on the other side of campus, south student neighborhood is supervised by a community coordinator, two residence coordinators, and sixteen fellows.

•Stonemill Road
Frericks Way
Lawnview Avenue
Kiefaber Street
Lowes Street
Trinity Avenue

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