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Due to the downtown location of Gannon University, the Office of Residence Life has acquired and built several different styles of buildings that contain many different styles of Residence Units. We have split these into buildings for our First-Year Students, as well as, apartments and small properties for our Returning Students, based on the presence of student support staff in the halls, the location on campus, and the types of amenities that these options offer.Each of our residence units operates on a 9-month agreement, meaning that students move into the space in August of each year and move out of the space the following May. Students may apply for summer housing options each year in mid-late March. We also encourage students to examine their need for renter’s insurance with a parent/guardian.
All residence halls and small properties come fully furnished. Each student has a XL Twin bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, and wardrobe or closet. Students who live in suite-style units and apartments are also given a couch, sitting chair, and table to accommodate the living situation in that space. Students should only need to bring minimal items with them when moving into any space.
Gannon University provides many support staff in the residence
halls for students seeking assistance, guidance, or opportunities
to get engaged in the Gannon community. Most properties have the
following staff members directly in their building, or close by, to
support the success of students at Gannon.