With more than 90% of the freshman class living in the University’s residence halls, St. Bonaventure is structured to meet the needs of students who live away from home.
Campus residences are arranged in villages and first year students live together in Shay-Loughlen, Robinson and Falconio Halls with select upper-class student mentors in suites or traditional style residences.
Housing for upper-class students includes suites and apartments. St. Bonaventure is definitely not a “suitcase campus.” Students stick around for weekends.
Do you have more questions about campus housing? Visit Residence Life's Frequently Asked Questions.