Halls and Apartments

The Office of Residence Life manages our campus’ seven traditional residence halls, three apartment complexes and one suite-style high-rise building.

Home to more than 3,500 students, our communities offer a variety of living options from single student residence hall rooms to six-bedroom apartments and even residential Learning Communities – where you’ll live with other students sharing your same major and interests.

Residence Life's housing initiatives are a response to the needs and changing preferences of our students reflected by surveys, pilot studies and continuing consultation with residence hall and campus apartment students. Most students are assigned to coed side-by-side housing as this is the most common and preferred type of housing available. Students may be randomly assigned to any of these areas to fill vacancies even though they have not specifically requested placement there. No matter where you live on-campus, you'll find yourself living comfortably cool since all our rooms have central air or wall/window air conditioners.

Housing Types

Rooms of different genders next to each other on the same hallway with gender assigned restrooms.

Coed or gender inclusive housing is available on the 2nd floor of Northumberland Hall or in the Montgomery Place, Mount Olympus, or Jessica Kozloff Apartments only.

Current on-campus students interested in coed living must complete the housing selection process and choose to live in one of these areas.

Email buhouse@bloomu.edu to request placement in one of these areas. Students will be assigned as space is available.

Students on the floor/wing are of the same gender (limited rooms available).

To request placement on a single gender floor or wing email buhouse@bloomu.edu. Students will be assigned as space is available.

Range in size from 1 to 4-person single bedroom, shared bathroom and common space suites; limited availability 4-person/2-bedroom, shared bathroom suites.

Range in size from 2 to 6-person single bedroom apartments with shared kitchen, living room and bathroom(s).

12-month housing is only available to students who submit an advance written request stating why they need housing over semester and holiday breaks. Students must also submit an interim housing agreement to secure housing over breaks (upon notification that the agreement is available). Housing and dining charges will be applied at that time.

Students in need of a special housing accommodations, must submit a Special Accommodations request.

illustration of Carver Hall
Original Dormitory, 1871

History of Housing

On-campus housing at Bloomsburg dates back to 1869. Learn more about our history of providing students with comfortable and enriching residential communities.

Disclaimer

The university will make room assignments in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the university will make every reasonable effort to provide equality of opportunity and freedom from discrimination for all members of the university community and visitors to the university. Consistent with the commitment to maintaining an environment of dignity and respect, also house students that are free from all forms of harassment and discrimination, whether because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran status, content observed on social media or any other characteristic protected by law. Students can be assured that accommodations will be provided in a non-discriminatory manner, be comparable, convenient, and accessible, and will be at or less than the cost assigned to other students. Students who receive housing accommodations as the result of a disability will not be subject to additional fees that may be associated with such amenities when they are provided to students who are not disabled.