Housing is an exciting and confusing part of the college experience. We're dedicated to providing you with resources to help you learn more and make decisions you feel good about!
Start by learning about Housing Costs and Eligibility.
Explore our different On-Campus Housing Options (Note: First year students live in Bonaventure and Marian Halls).
If you're unsure what to bring to campus when you move in, check out our list of suggestions.
Finding a Roommate
Viterbo University uses a program called RoomSync to help incoming students explore their roommate options and match-up based on similar majors, interests, housing options, or lifestyle preferences.
After completing your Housing Agreement and submitting your down payment, a link to RoomSync (along with a secure passcode) will be emailed to you via your Viterbo email and any other provided email addresses. Fill in your profile with your lifestyle preferences, interests, and housing options, then start browsing. Chat with users you're interested in and send or accept incoming requests from the users you’d like to live with.
If you find someone you'd like to live with during a Scholarship Competition or a Visit Day, you can request to live with them using this form. If you'd like, staff in the Office of Student Life can also match you with a roommate with similar lifestyle preferences instead of you finding your own roommate. Several individuals do this every year, and tend to find their roommate relationships are as good or better than their peers who self-selected.
Prospective Student Housing Forms/Resources
- New Freshman Roommate Request
Use this form to submit an official roommate request
- Mini-Fridge Rental
Print this form and mail it to rent a mini-fridge for the academic year.
- On-Campus Mail
This page outlines the student mail process at Viterbo.
- Laundry on Campus
This page contains information regarding Viterbo's laundry facilities.
- Things to Do On Campus
Learn more about the things to do on our campus!
- Roommate Tips
Living with another person can be hard. Here's a handful of tips to make it easier!
- Vic's Top Ten Reasons to Live On Campus