We require all students to live on campus for the duration of their time as an undergraduate student unless they’re commuting from their parent's permanent home address.
This college experience enables you and your neighbors to grow together through first-year experiences, and gives upperclassmen opportunities to lead and build a healthy community.
All of our residence halls enjoy Residence Life programming, which promotes a living-learning community atmosphere and holistic student development by engaging and challenging residents in faith, learning, and serving.
Explore Residence Life Options
As a primarily residential campus, Waynesburg University offers a variety of living opportunities. In traditional residence halls, you’ll live with and near fellow residents, ready for late night study sessions and, of course, study breaks. Our suite-style residence halls, feature rooms that have larger living spaces and private bathrooms to foster a more independent environment.
Traditional Residence Halls
A traditional male residence hall with a second floor dedicated to freshmen. The first and third floors house all class levels.
Home to freshmen through senior men. The fourth and fifth floors remain exclusively for freshmen.
Many of our freshmen female students live here, as well as upperclassmen who return each year. The 3rd floor is reserved for freshmen.
A female residence hall with large lounge areas and patio outside the hall. The 3rd floor is reserved for freshmen.
A female residence hall with a close-knit, one-floor layout. Half of Ray Hall is reserved for freshmen.