Living and Learning Center Complex

Living and Learning Centers

Flynn Hall ~ Cunningham Hall ~ O'Neill Hall ~ Buoni Apartments

Students who live at Neumann University reside in the Living and Learning Centers, a state-of-the-art complex that unites key elements of campus life. Each residence floor, called a “house,” is where students share experiences of college life. Groups of three to six students live in suites, apartments, or triples. All rooms have telephone, cable TV, and internet connections as well as student controlled heating and air-conditioning.

Other amenities include three computer labs open 24-hours a day, study lounges in each House, a Cardio and Weight Room, laundry rooms, a Reflection Room for meditation or prayer, and 24/7 security.

Full and part-time professionals live in each building along with resident assistants. The Office of Residence Life creates community in the Living and Learning Centers by providing educational, social, spiritual, and passive programming.

Flynn Hall
*formerly Living and Learning Center I

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Opened: 1997
Staff: 1 Residence Life Coordinator and 8 Resident Assistants
Office Location: Residence Life Coordinator on 1st floor
Occupancy: 250

Availability
: Upper class and freshmen students
Style(s): Apartments and suites (for upper class students only), and triples

Houses:

  • Clare House 1
  • Gubbio House 2
  • Greccio House 3
  • Francis House 4
  • San Damiano House 5

Apartments include:

  • Two private bathrooms
  • Two bedrooms
  • Living room/large common area
  • Kitchen with electric stove, dishwasher, and refrigerator

Suites include:

  • Private bathroom
  • Two bedrooms

Amenities:

  • 24/7 computer lab
  • Women’s Wing (Clare House 1)
  • Reflection Room on 2nd floor
  • Schmidt Multi-Purpose Room with big screen television, DVD, and VHS player
  • Third floor lounge
  • Study lounge in each House
  • Laundry room on 1st floor
  • Vending, coin, and ice machines
  • Sophomore House (Greccio House 3)

Cunningham Hall
*formerly Living and Learning Center II

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Opened: 1999
Staff: 1 Residence Life Coordinator and 6 Resident Assistants
Office Location: Residence Life Coordinator on 1st floor
Occupancy: 233
Availability: Freshman students only
Style(s): Suites

Houses:

  • Assisi House 6
  • La Verna House 7
  • Rieti House 8

Suites include:

  • Private bathroom
  • Two bedrooms

Amenities:

  • Study lounge in each House
  • Large common areas
  • Laundry room on Ground Floor
  • Vending, coin, and ice machines

O'Neill Hall
*formerly Living and Learning Center III

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Opened: 2002
Staff: 1 Residence Life Coordinator and 6 Resident Assistants
Office Location: Residence Life Coordinator on Ground Floor
Occupancy: 244
Availability: Upper class and freshman students
Style(s): Suites

Houses:

  • Umbria House 9
  • Canticle House 10
  • Juniper House 11
  • Tau House 12
  • Alverno House 13
  • Bonaventure House 14

Suites include:

  • Private bathroom
  • Two bedrooms

Amenities:

  • 24/7 computer lab
  • Cardio and Weight Rooms
  • Health and Wellness Center with big screen television, DVD, and VHS player
  • Second floor lounge
  • Study lounge in each House
  • Laundry room on Ground Floor
  • Vending and coin machines

Living and Learning Center Buoni Apartments

Buoni Apartments

Opened: 2011
Staff: 1 Residence Life Coordinator and 3 Resident Assistants
Office Location
: Residence Life Coordinator on 1st floor
Occupancy: 80
Availability: Upper classmen late deposit freshmen and transfer students
Style(s): Apartments (doubles)

Houses:

  • House 17
  • House 18
  • House 19

Apartments include:

  • Two bedrooms for two (similar size to LLC3)
  • Full kitchen including a dishwasher, stove, refrigerator
  • Dining and living room area
  • All furniture will be provided by the university (except TV entertainment furniture)

Amenities:

  • 24/7 Campus Safety
  • Internet/cable and phone
  • Card swipe access
  • Fully contained laundry (not coin operated)
  • Limited parking on site
  • No meal plan requirements
  • The price for the new apartments will be $1000 more per academic year.