The Community Life and Residence Life Office

Welcome to Residence Life and Conference Services at Mville!

The Office of Residence Life and Conference Services is excited to welcome you to our community. Residence Life and Conference Services at Manhattanville College is an integral part of the educational program and academic support services of the institution. Far more than simply housing and roommate requests — we strive to create a dynamic living environment in which all students are comfortable and able to fully develop as individuals. The Office of Residence Life and Conference Services is located in Spellman 111.

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Move-In Information
Spring 2022

Spellman Hall

Spellman Hall is the first-year residence hall at Manhattanville. It offers a great interactive community as well as numerous programs and educational opportunities to its more than 400 residents. Because it is the first-year hall on campus, Spellman is a "dry hall" where no alcohol is permitted. Spellman Hall offers students single, double, triple, and quad style living arrangements. Spellman is also where you can find the Student Health Center,Office of Residence Life & Conference Services, Campus Safety and the Center for Career Development

Founder's Hall

Founder's Hall is an upperclassmen building offering over 400 students single, double, triple, and quad style living arrangements that share a bathroom space with the room next door. Founder's Hall is also where several student support offices are located on campus. These office include, but are not limited to, the Sister Mary T. Clark, RSCJ Center, The Center for Inclusion, and Center for Student Involvement & Leadership.

Dammann And Tenney Halls

Dammann and Tenney Halls are suite style living facilities for upperclassmen. Each building offers 205 students a chance to live with five friends who will share a bathroom and common area — with each suite offering two double and two single rooms.

Non-Traditional Housing

Non-Traditional Housing is a unique opportunity for graduate level students to live on the Manhattanville College campus. Our graduate students live within the Sister Mary T. Clark, RSCJ and Marissa A. Pagli House, both two-story structures equipped with two bathrooms, a full kitchen, a laundry room, and parking within steps of the front door.