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.
Carondelet Double Room floor plan - 14.5' x 16'
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.
Ridgway Double Room floor plan - 14.5' x 16'
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.
Wylie Four-Person suite floor plan - Bedrooms are 12' x 8'11"
Wylie Five-Person suite floor plan - Bedrooms are 12' x 8'11
Wylie Six-Person suite floor plan - Bedrooms are 12' x 8'11
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.
Thompson Kitchenette suite floor plan - Living area is 11'8" x 10'5" (not including kitchen area), Bedroom is 11'10" x 8'3"