Avila’s residence halls are a great place to live if you want to carry on campus traditions such as Kickoff Week, Homecoming and Stress Relief Week.
Carondelet Hall provides a traditional living experience with double and triple bed rooms. With adaptable furniture you and your roommate or roommates can customize your space. Carondelet has lounges on each floor with flat-screen televisions.
Carondelet is also connected to the Hodes Center, where you can find Avila’s Counseling & Career Services, Disability Services, Health Services, Inspired to Achieve Student Support Services and Tutoring.
Ridgway Hall, like Carondelet, has double and triple bed rooms with adaptable furniture. A spacious lounge houses several flat-screen televisions, comfortable seating and meeting spaces. Ridgway is connected to Dallavis Center, which houses our art classrooms, offices and Thornhill Art Gallery.
Glenna Wylie Hall
Commonly known as Wylie, Glenna Wylie Hall has four, five and six-bedroom suites. Students in these suites have a private bedroom and share a single bathroom and living space. Lounges are located on every floor with study areas and big flat screen televisions. A common area on the first floor provides microwaves, a refrigerator, laundry facilities and mailboxes for all residents in Wylie.
Jeanne Collins Thompson Hall
Commonly known as Thompson, Jeanne Collins Thompson Hall is a suite-style residence hall in which each suite contains four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a common space with kitchenette. Thompson also includes a comfortable gathering space, a large-screen television, and a kitchen area.