At Widener you will find a welcoming, inclusive, and supportive residential community with housing options that suit a variety of interests, living styles, and needs.
Who Lives on Campus?
Widener University’s 2-Year Residency Requirement Programs requires all full-time undergraduate students in their first and second years to live in on-campus housing unless they have met junior standing defined as 57-credits toward their degree program or meet commuter student status. Additional information regarding the residency requirement and commuter status is included on the Living On Campus FAQs.
Housing at Widener is guaranteed for all four years as undergraduate students. Residence Life also offers apartment and suite-style housing options for graduate and continuing studies students as well. Living on campus provides you with unmatched access to resources and activities, leading to better grades, higher graduation rates, and more time with friends! Learn more by visiting our Living on Campus FAQs page.
First Year Housing
Cann Hall is home to the professional staff offices and where the Resident Assistants hold office hours from 8pm-12am.
Returning and Graduate Student Housing
Turrell Hall is our only non-air conditioned expanded single option for upperclassman.
505 is home to the Gender Inclusive Themed House; 507 is home to Kappa Sigma fraternity; 509 is home to Tau Kappa Epsilon;511 is home to Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
Home to Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority
Home to Delta Phi Epsilon sorority
Home to Phi Sigma Sigma sorority