Residence Halls

Steps away from academic buildings, Gallagher Student Center, Hoff Dining Commons, Bellarmine Chapel, and more, Xavier's residence halls are at the center of campus activity! All five residence halls offer a secure, convenient, and engaging environment for students to live and learn. Learn more about Xavier's five residence halls: 

Brockman Hall 

Located next to the Gallagher Student Center, Brockman Hall is the center of community activity for many first-year Xavier students. As one of Xavier's only residence halls exclusively designed for first-year students, Brockman offers a community living experience like no other!

Buenger Hall

Buenger Hall offers a unique living environment designed primarily for student athletes and members of the honors program. Buenger is Xavier's smallest residence hall and offers suite-style rooms for first-year and sophomore students.

Fenwick Place

As one of the newest buildings on Xavier's campus, Fenwick Place is truly a state-of-the-art living community. Over 500 sophomore students who live in Fenwick place enjoy suite-style rooms, grand views of campus from the study lounges, and Hoff Dining Commons right downstairs!

Husman Hall

As Kuhlman Hall's smaller neighbor, Husman is a close-knit community exclusively for first-year students. Located just steps away from academic buildings and Hoff Dining Commons, Husman Hall is a home away from home for many first-year students!

Kuhlman Hall

Next door to Husman Hall, Kuhlman overlooks the Gallagher Student Center and the Xavier Yard. Both first-year and sophomore students live in Kuhlman, offering a diverse community where everyone is welcome!