Residence life is an important aspect of the Loyola experience. The community that results in living with your peers is one that leads to lifelong friendships with roommates, neighbors, faculty, and staff members. For this reason, Loyola requires that all students live on campus during their first two years, unless they live at home with a parent or legal guardian.
Rome Start students living on campus will live with fellow Rome Start students in their own wing of the John Felice Rome Center residence hall. The residence hall offers double-room occupancy with community bathrooms. There may be times when students are placed in single-, triple-, or quadruple-room occupancy. All rooms are fully furnished with a bed, closet, desk, and chair for every student. Rooms also include a refrigerator, sink, and ceiling fan.
Check out the residence hall:
- Residence Hall Photos and Features
- Housing Frequently Asked Questions
- JFRC Department of Residence Life Vision and Mission
Admitted students must log on to their Loyola status page to complete and submit the housing contract.
Students that wish to be exempt from the university on-campus housing requirement should email Michael Beazley, Director of Resident Life and Student Services, at email@example.com to request a Housing Exemption form.