Residence Halls

Students residing on-campus at Neumann University live in the residence halls or small houses. Each residence floor, called a “house,” is where students learn and grow. Most residential students will live in a unit with two to four students. All rooms have wireless and wired internet connections, central heating and air conditioning, and building laundry facilities. Other amenities include study lounges in each house, a reflection room, and residential desks.

Resident Assistants and Graduate Hall Directors live in each residence hall on campus. These two roles are part of the Student Affairs emergency response team available to support students on campus.

Below are descriptions of the various residential communities on campus.



Flynn Hall


Opened: 1997
Occupancy: 235

: Returning Students
Style(s): Suite-Style & Apartment-Style


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


Cunningham Hall


Opened: 1999
Occupancy: 231
Availability: First Year & Returning Students, Sport & Esports Management Learning Community
Style(s): Suite-Style


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


O'Neill Hall


Opened: 2002
Occupancy: 242
Availability: First-Year Students
Style(s): Suite-Style


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


Buoni Apartments

Buoni Apartments

Opened: 2011
Occupancy: 84
Availability: Returning Students
Style(s): Apartment-Style


  • House 17
  • House 18
  • House 19

Apartments include:

  • Two bedrooms for double occupancy
  • Full kitchen including a dishwasher, electric stove, refrigerator
  • Dining and living room area
  • Washer/dryer combo unit in each apartment