Office of Residence Life
- University Center, Main Level
- tel: 610-499-4390
Living on Campus
Welcome to your home away from home!
Our goal is to complement the academic mission of the university and provide opportunities for learning that extend outside of the classroom. We strive to create a comfortable living environment and design programs that provide opportunities for cultural, recreational, social, and academic growth.
When you live on campus, you get much more than just a place to sleep and meet new people.
Widener's smoke-free, wireless campus has housing to suit a variety of interests and living styles. Our residence halls range from traditional, double-person rooms to apartment and suite-style living arrangements, in addition to small themed houses.
Each area of campus housing is unique and provides various features that enhance your experience including: study rooms, lounges, multipurpose rooms, and numerous programming spaces. In addition, campus housing is a short walking distance—15 minutes or less—from academic buildings, faculty offices, the dining hall, our state-of-the-art Pride Recreation Center, and other campus resources.
All undergraduates who meet campus housing deadlines are guaranteed housing on campus.
Living Learning Communities
As a freshman, you have the opportunity to live in one of our specialized living learning communities, which offer an amazing alternative to traditional on-campus living arrangements.
We have individual communities for nursing, engineering, business, and honors students, as well as one focused on civic engagement and global leadership.
Dining on Campus
At Widener, you’ll find a variety of dining options, making it easy for students to relax and enjoy meals with friends or grab a quick, healthy bite on the go.
Choose from our affordable meal plans and dining halls including: the Pride Café, McMorland Food Court, Moe's Southwest Grill, Einstein Brothers Bagels, and our newest location at Uno Pizzeria and Grill.
Socializing on Campus
There's always a variety of programs and activities happening in and around the residence halls.
On any given night, students in Howell might be watching a movie or folks in Moll might be playing trivia games in the lounge. There are times when an entire floor or building might host a workshop on study skills or sponsor a discussion about the latest current events. In one of our themed houses, students might be learning about healthy dining options or personal fitness and wellness tips.
Don’t believe us?
Schedule a visit to experience our beautiful campus for yourself!
New to campus? Switching to different housing?
Our check-in process makes move-in day a breeze for freshmen, transfer, and returning students.