Your specific Housing Assignment location information will be available starting in July online through mylasalle under the Students tab in the Living channel. Follow the directions to look up your assignment.
Understanding Your Room Information
The first letters designates the building, followed by the room number, followed by a letter (A-E) used for mailroom and billing purposes. For example, SN 103A would be room 103 in St. Neumann Hall. See below for a complete listing of buildings.
|BC||St. Basil Court||SJ||St.Jerome Hall|
|LA||La Salle Apartments||SK||St. Katharine Hall|
|SA||St. Albert Hall||SM||St. Miguel Townhouses|
|SB||St. Bernard Hall||SN||St. Neumann Hall|
|SC||St. Cassian Hall||TC||Teresa Court Apartments|
|SD||St. Denis Hall|
|SG||St. George Hall|
|SH||St. Hillary Hall|
Please refer to the Students’ Guide to Resources, Rights, and Responsibilities for all residential community information and standards prior to moving onto La Salle University’s campus.
Before arriving at La Salle, contact your roommate(s) to discuss these issues:
- What you plan to study or what classes you have registered for.
- What hobbies or interests you have.
- What items (stereo, TV, stuff) each of you will bring.
- What items you will both share and which of you will bring them.
- What time you plan to move into the residence halls or apartments. Please see the Arrival & Check In dates.
Once you and your roommate(s) are moved in, be prepared to talk with your roommate(s) about how things will work in the room or apartment. You will have an opportunity to complete an Apartment Agreement or Roommate Agreement dealing with issues ranging from how clean you want the room(s) kept to your feelings about guests in the room(s).
You may choose to meet with your Resident Assistant or Community Assistant to come to a mutual understanding on these issues. This agreement will help make your transition to this new relationship a smooth one. Please make every effort to work together before requesting a room change.