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Residence Life

  • Welcome to the Office of Residence Life

    Our Mission

    The Office of Residence Life empowers students to develop a safe and inclusive living experience and promotes a thriving community of holistic student learning.

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The Experience

Life on the Saint Leo University campus is pure bliss with sunny Florida skies, palm trees, and plenty of green space. You'll enjoy the breathtaking views of Lake Jovita that can be seen from many of our residence halls. Classrooms, laboratories, and other essential facilities are all within a short walking distance from the residence halls or only a brief shuttle ride away.

Our live-in Residence Life staff team includes full-time professional staff members, Graduate Assistants (GAs), and graduate/undergraduate Resident Assistant Directors (RADs) and Resident Assistants (RAs). The residence hall staff works together to provide services, programs, and activities that connect students in friendship and fun.

All full-time University Campus students are required to live on campus. Exceptions are allowed for those students living and commuting from home, married students, veterans, non-traditional students, or senior students who have earned more than 90 credit hours. The university does not inspect, endorse, or recommend any off-campus properties or external housing. We think you will agree that the Saint Leo campus truly feels like home, and the friendships made in the residence halls at Saint Leo University will last a lifetime. Welcome!

The Office of Residence Life is open Monday through Friday 8:00am-5:00pm and is located on the first floor of Apartment Six. You can also reach us at residence.life@saintleo.edu or by calling 352-588-8268.

 

Residence Life Guide to Living On Campus

  • Residence Life Guide to Living On Campus
  • Deciding where you want to live is a big decision. That's why we've created a variety of residence halls, each with something different to offer our more than 1,600 residential students. Make your new home in a traditional community-style double or single room, or in an apartment or suite.

    View Residence Life Guide to Living On Campus