Loyola University Maryland

Residence Life & Housing

First Year Student Residence Halls

Exterior of Thea Bowman Hall and a group of students sitting on a couch in a dorm

At Loyola University Maryland, a residence hall is more than just a place to live—it provides opportunities for students to make friends and learn from their experiences.

First-year students have many different options for on-campus living at Loyola University Maryland. We offer unique communities by assigning students to live with fellow greyhounds in their Messina themes.

Although our first-year residence halls vary in room type and amenities by building, each room is fully furnished and supported by resident assistants and at least one full-time professional staff member. Regardless of the building, your residence hall will consist of resources to ensure your success at Loyola.

Loyola University Maryland is committed to ensuring all students can live on campus. If you require housing accommodations because of a disability, please let us know. Please contact Disability Support Services to discuss eligible accommodation options.

Residence Halls