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Housing Options

Residence Halls

Loyola’s residence halls are the perfect place to live, learn, and develop lifelong relationships with a diverse cohort of students from around the country and the world.

The residence halls at Loyola University New Orleans provide a safe and comfortable environment, and offer services designed to facilitate the learning, growth, and personal development of each student.

Virtual Tours

Check out our 360tours of residence hall rooms here.

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  2. Zoom into the map slightly.
  3. Hover the mouse over the res hall you wish to view.


Room Rates and Fees

Summer 2021 Residence Hall Rates**

  Double Occupancy Single Occupancy 
Buddig Hall N/A $210/week
**Plus $10 programming fee & $350 Wolf Bucks    


Residence Hall Rates 2021-2022* (per semester)

  Triple Occupancy Double Occupancy Single Occupancy
Biever Hall  $3,355 $3,947 $5,110
Buddig Hall   $3,947 $5,110
Carrollton Hall - suites   $4,083 $5,110
Cabra Hall & Carrollton Hall - apartments   $4,732 $5,135
Founders Hall     $5,110
*Plus $30/semester program fee      

What's in a Loyola Residence Hall?

Residence halls at Loyola come with the following amenities:

  • Community kitchen(s)
  • Study lounges
  • Vending machines
  • Laundry facilities
  • Ice Machine located in Biever Hall
  • TV lobbies with HDTV
  • Public Piano Areas in Cabra, Founders and Biever Halls
  • Private Music Practice Rooms in Buddig and Carrollton Halls
  • Elevators
  • Card access security on exterior doors
  • Bike racks available near each hall
  • Fire safety system
  • Recreation equipment available for rental
  • Gym located in Cabra Hall

Individual rooms provide the following amenities:

  • Desk and chair
  • Bed and mattress
  • Closet or wardrobe
  • Air conditioning and heating
  • Wireless internet access
  • Carpet (Carrollton Hall)

Depending on building and specific room assignment, each campus residence hall room may be single, double, or triple-occupancy. Remember to communicate with your roommate(s) so you don't over-pack!