Just about every day of the year, you’ll find good reasons to experience campus that feels like home. You can join one (or more!) of more than 50 student organizations, or take in lectures, comedians, parties, concerts and events planned by the Activities Programming Board.
For the more than 1,500 students who form the Saint Vincent community, the $12.5 million Robert S. Carey Student Center serves as a place to catch up with friends, work out, pray and unwind. The center includes a fitness center, swimming pool, student lounge, bookstore, grab-and-go eatery, gym, performing arts center, art gallery and student chapel, as well as a nondenominational prayer room.
Saint Vincent College offers 25 varsity sports and more than a dozen club and intramural sports.
Get to know the Laurel Highlands that surround the campus: Paddle a canoe, hike a mountain or go cross-country skiing. You can do all this and more through the College’s Highlanders Outdoor Explorers Program, which takes advantage of the many opportunities for adventure right in our backyard of the Laurel Highlands.
Community service is an important part of life here: About two-thirds of Saint Vincent students volunteer. Help spruce up campus, mentor inner-city kids or comfort AIDS patients in Brazil. Whatever you do, chances are you’ll be getting more out of it than you give.
Saint Benedict Hall features pod style double occupancy rooms. Bathrooms are communal, and there is central air conditioning. Saint Benedict has 238 rooms with 452 beds, including 17 rooms with private baths.
Bonaventure and Gerard Halls are open to seniors, juniors, and sophomores with men and women living on different floors. Second (men) and third floors (women) will be reserved for Premium Single rooms in Bonaventure Hall. Both halls have laundry rooms, lounges on each floor, study rooms and common lobbies with amenities.
Bonaventure Hall houses 210 upper-class students in double-occupancy rooms configured in a block community formation of approximately 12 rooms. Men and women are housed on different floors. The average double-room size is 11’8” wide x 16’8” deep.
Gerard Hall houses 217 upper-class students in double-occupancy rooms configured in a block community formation of approximately 12 rooms. Men and women are housed on different floors. The average double-room size is 11’8” wide x 16’8” deep.
Wimmer Hall houses 177 upper-class students. The majority of rooms are singles with a number of doubles also available. Men and women are housed on different floors. The average single room size is 8’4” wide x 15’2” deep. The average double room size is 15’ wide x 13’ deep.
Wimmer Hall has laundry rooms, lounges on each floor, study rooms and common lobbies with amenities.
Rooney Hall features both suites and apartments that are double and quadruple occupancy, respectively. Bathrooms are shared by occupants, and there is central air conditioning. Rooney Hall has 79 rooms with 182 beds, including 6 rooms with single private baths. There are 15 quadruple occupancy apartments with a common living space and kitchenette.
Aurelius Hall rooms have two bedrooms with a shared living space. Bathrooms are communal, and there is central air conditioning. Aurelius Hall has 30 rooms with 57 beds, in addition to 3 rooms with private baths.