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Welcome to the Office of Residence Life's myMount page. By living on campus, students benefit from everything university life has to offer. From being within walking distance of classes and academic resources to making life-long friends, students living in Seton Residence Hall get the true college experience.

Research shows college students that live on campus experience the following in comparison to those that live off campus:

  • Higher rates of retention, persistence, bachelor’s degree attainment and graduate school entry.
  • Higher grade point averages.
  • Higher levels of participation in co-curricular activities, promoting their professional development and marketability to employers.
  • Higher levels of interaction with faculty and peers.
  • Higher degree of satisfaction with the college experience.

Seton Residence Hall has the capacity to house over 500 students in rooms that range from single and double rooms in traditional corridor-style hallways to suites for two, three, or four residents. All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to live on campus. 

To live on campus, visit the Accepted Students page and complete the housing application. If you would like more information about the Seton Residence Hall, contact the Office of Residence Life.

Residence Life Staff

Tina Hoesl
Coordinator of Residence Life
Seton Center 132

Marti Crowley
Administrative Assistant for Residence Life
Seton Center 132

Resident Assistants (RAs)
Resident Assistants are upper class student staff members that are knowledgeable of campus resources and offerings. RAs help students meet new people, get involved, identify resources on campus, focus on their studies and have fun. View a list of the current RAs

Rooms and Rates
Room Layouts and Details
Room Rates
Meal Plans
Benefits of Living on Campus
Shopping and Dining Close to Campus
Why Live on Campus?
Making a Maintenance Request

Need to make a maintenance request? 

Here are the steps:

  • Visit the Maintenance Requests page in myMount (you may need to log in to myMount to continue on to the page)
  • Click or select the "Add a request" link in the page
  • Fill out all the information and provide a detailed explanation of what the problem is.
  • Then click or select "Submit Entry"!
Maintenance Requests page
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