At Saint Martin's, we hope to create a safe and secure environment as your university home. Our coeducational residential village, which includes traditional residential halls and apartments, offers both privacy and community. We want this to be a welcoming place for you to build relationships, develop social responsibility, and achieve academic success.

Residence halls

Residence hallEligible student statusHousing type
Baran HallSophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate studentsTraditional residence hall that features spacious single rooms and community baths
Burton HallJuniors, seniors, graduate students, and those over 21Apartment style
Parsons HallFirst-year students and upper-class students (sophomore through graduate)Double rooms for first-years with shared community baths, single suites with private or shared baths
Spangler HallReturning residents or students with at least sophomore statusTwo- to four-person suites and four-bedroom apartments

Learn more about the Saint Martin's residence hall experience »

Students gathered in the lobby of Spangler Hall

National Residence Hall Honorary

The National Residence Hall Honorary, NRHH, is a residence life sponsored student group that strives to create a strong community within the residence halls through student programming and advocacy.

More about the NRHH and becoming a member »

Learning communities

Our Norcia and Oikos learning communities offer students a themed living experience that goes beyond traditional residence hall living.

Norcia Leadership Community students

Norcia Leadership Community

Developing leaders for service and the common good.

Named after Norcia, Italy, the birthplace of Saint Benedict, the Norcia leaders community is a partnership between Housing and Residence Life, the Benedictine Leaders Program and the Benedictine Institute.

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Oikos students on service project

Oikos Residential Learning Community

Taking care of yourself, one another, and this place.

In keeping with the Benedictine value of community, the residence halls serve as a second home to hundreds of students from all walks of life.

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Special groups

Students sitting at picnic tables

International students

International students are able to apply for housing throughout the year and are assigned to housing based on the space that is available. In order to apply for on-campus housing, you must complete a housing application and contract and be an admitted student at Saint Martin's University. International students are required to live on-campus unless they meet the criteria for an exemption.

Learn more about availability, requirements and exemption »

Military student at computer

Graduate and veteran students

As a graduate or veteran student, you may choose which ever living situation best fits your needs. Unfortunately we do not offer family housing, but we may be able to assist you with other resources in that regard.

Housing application and contract »

Dining and meal plans

Entrance to St. Gertrude Dining Hall

Saint Martin's University has partnered with Bon Appétit Management Company to provide you with healthy dining choices made from fresh, sustainable, local ingredients. There are four meal plans (Gold, Silver, Bronze and Commuter) designed to fit your schedule and your dining preferences. Bon Appétit keeps you informed about what you're eating through their Circle of Responsibility icons. You can even sign up to receive daily menu emails. (Go to http://saintmartin.cafebonappetit.com/ and select Menu Mail.)

Discover the dining experience that works for you! »