At the heart of the CSJ community is the residential experience. Both Roncalli Hall and Medaille Hall house our close-knit campus community.
We recognize the communal atmosphere of residence life. Each single-sex residence hall is divided into suites housing a maximum of eight students, with units containing four bedrooms, a lounge and a bathroom facility.
Residents of each hall elect a residence hall council to act as an advisory body for the resident community.
On-campus living provides you a home away from home. The Residential Life staff will quickly become one of your most important sources of information and advice regarding life on campus.
In addition, when living on campus, you will develop closer relationships with faculty, administrators and other staff members. You will be able to give them direct feedback regarding your interests and needs.
In the Vermont tradition, “town meetings” are held each semester to provide you with an opportunity to discuss issues involving campus life. These meetings enable you to talk directly to administrators who are actively involved in developing policy for the college.