Services and Amenities

Living at Seattle University means being part of a dynamic community in which diversity is welcomed, leadership is encouraged, respect is required and learning is paramount. The many programs and services we provide are designed to support the physical, emotional, spiritual, and academic needs of each and every resident. In addition to the conveniences listed throughout this section, contract rates also include Internet access (wired and wireless) and all utilities. For more details on what each housing option offers, see our Residences.

Room Furniture

All rooms in the traditional residence halls have one twin XL bed, wardrobe, desk and chair per student in the living space. There is also a sink and mirror in the room along with a microwave/mini-refrigerator combination. Each individual residence hall may have other amenities that are listed on the specific building page in the Residences section.


Laundry Facilities

Laundry rooms are located either on the floor (Xavier Hall), basement ( Bellarmine Hall and Campion Hall), or in the individual unit and is available to residents 24 hours a day.

It costs $1.25 to wash and $1.00 to dry. To load laundry money, students must use the PayRange app. Once you are in the laundry room, the app will automatically recognize the laundry machines and you will be able to pay for them through your mobile devices. If a student does not have a mobile device, the front desks will have a tablet to check out. Just know that the tablets must be returned before the front desks close.

Please see the following links for instructions on using the washers and dryers:  Washer Instructions and Dryer Instructions.

Yobi has a laundry room in the building. Wash and dryer are $1.50 each per load. Students can set up an account through Mac-Gray LaundryLinx


Education Centers (Study Areas)

Bellarmine, Campion, and Xavier Hall offer Education Centers that provide convenient spaces for students to study throughout the academic year. These comfortable spaces are reserved primarily for student study and are conducive to both individual study and group work. In addition, select academic programs and services are presented in the Education Centers during each quarter.

Computer Labs

Each Residence Hall is equipped with computer workstations so residents may access the wide range of digital resources on campus. On-campus Information and Technology Services (ITS) provides the people, services, resources and tools to keep you connected to the University's computer network resources and the Internet.


Cable is provided in the lobby and floor lounges in on-campus residences.