SJU New and Transfer Student Information
Make it Your Room
General information about SJU residence halls and policies
What You Can Bring
Information on what you can and cannot bring into the residence halls
Sharing a Space
An informational guide about living with a roommate.
Campus Housing Agreement (lease)
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Bedloft.com - Bed Loft and MicroFridge Rental Program
Students can rent a bed loft or MicroFridge for their residence hall room from Bedloft.com. These products are a convenient, affordable way to maximize space and comfort. Futons are also available for purchase. Order TODAY to guarantee free delivery AND assembly (bed loft only) before move-in day!
NOTE: MicroFridges and futons are available for ALL halls. Bed Lofts are only available for the following halls:
- Bernard Hall - Note: Bunked beds are not an option
- Boniface Hall - Note: Bunked beds are not an option
- Mary Hall
- Patrick Hall - Note: Bunked beds are not an option
- Tommy Hall
Note: Bunk beds are an option in all other residential areas. Most other locations contain furniture that come with lofting devices.
Bed Linen Program
On Campus Marketing gives students the option of preparing to live on campus with bed linen, shower, or other packages with the 'necessitites' of college life.
First Year Residence Halls
New students coming to SJU as freshmen will be living in either St. Thomas Aquinas "Tommy" or St. Mary "Mary" residence halls. Non-traditional freshmen and transfer students may have the option of living in upper-class housing. If you are unsure of which situation fits you, please contact the Residential Life and Housing Office.
SJU Student Mail
For new students who are not sure about how to fill your mailing address information, you can find your answers on SJU Mail center website.
If you are still not sure about your PO Box number, you can find it either through Banner Web Self Service or the Online Phone Book.
For first-year students, there will be an orientation session at the end of the summer, just before the semester begins. For more information, see the SJU Fall Orientation website.
SJU Campus Policies (J-Book) outlines the University policies and guidelines.