Office of Residence Life
University Center, Main Level
Assistant Dean of Residence Life
Living Learning Community Coordinator
Living On Campus
Widener is home.
After a clear set of goals and a plan for achieving them, the biggest factors in your academic success include healthy food, a decent night's sleep, and a sense of belonging, and Widener can provide all three. From co-ed residence halls to sorority and fraternity houses to living learning communities, Widener's smoke-free, wireless campus has housing options to suit all tastes.
All undergraduates are guaranteed housing in one of Widener's
- 11 standard residence halls;
- four apartment buildings;
- our 300-person suite complex; or
You might like living here so much that you never move off-campus.
Living Learning Communities
Want to be part of a dynamic community of students committed to leadership and community service? Widener's Living Learning Communities (LLC) is for you. LLC teams live in some of the choicest on-campus "real estate" and collaborate on hands-on projects that connect Widener with the local community.
Juniors and seniors with a 2.5 GPA and a favorable judicial record are eligible for this unique opportunity.
Residence Life Programs
There's lots of fun and learning on-campus, no matter where you live. Throughout the academic year our Resident Assistants coordinate over 100 programs — everything from movie nights to safe sex workshops to diversity awareness. They're also happy to listen or lend a friendly hand when you need it.
Choose from our affordable meal plans and five dining halls, including our newly renovated Pride Café and the new McMorland Food Court scheduled to open in fall 2012. Our Dining Services staff is happy to accommodate students with special dietary needs.
New to campus? Switching to different housing? Our check-in process makes move-in day a breeze for freshmen, transfer and returning students.
Schedule a visit to learn more about living on campus at Widener.