Life on Campus
two on campus residence halls – Clare Hall and Assisi Hall. Both
residence halls offer students safe and unique living environments. Living on campus is an opportunity for students to build relationships with peers, as well as develop strong ties to the larger University community. Through educational programs and social activities, the residential living experience forms well-rounded and responsible leaders.
Access to Dining and Shopping
Living on campus offers many conveniences, including free parking, connections to most campus buildings, coin-operated laundry facilities, food services with a five- or seven-day meal program. Our residence halls are located minutes to downtown Milwaukee and lakefront beaches, with easy access to county transit routes, walking distance to retail shopping, restaurants and entertainment, including Bayshore Town Center and a grocery store, and access to free and confidential services from the Wellness Center including counseling and mental wellness as well as general student health services.
Campus Safety and Security
Located in a quiet residential neighborhood, Stritch is regularly patrolled by Fox Point and Glendale Police Departments and campus security personnel are on duty 24-hours-a-day. We also provide a check-in procedure for everyone entering Clare and Assisi Halls, closed-circuit camera security, and are responsive to student suggestions and concerns.
Information for Commuter Students
As a commuter student at Stritch, you’ll find the campus to be easily accessible and convenient. Most campus buildings are connected, which is especially convenient during the long winter months. Some of the features of our commuter students enjoy the most include:
- Free parking in all campus parking lots
- Storage lockers
- Wireless internet access throughout campus
- Dining services are available with cash/credit card or through a commuter meal plan
- Comfortable and quiet lounges, such as the Great Hall
- Student Union and The Bean coffee shop
- Stritch Library and Information Commons
- Convenient access to off-campus restaurants and shopping
Commuter students get involved on campus. You’ll be able to attend athletic events, fine arts performances, on-campus entertainment shows such as bands or comedians, and there are more than 20 student groups in which commuter students get involved.