St. Catharine College offers on campus living opportunities that will help you develop not only as a student, but as a whole person. You will make new friendships, learn to live in a community setting, and grow in maturity and responsibility.
We currently have four residence halls: Dominic, Althaire, Siena, and Aquinas Apartments
As a resident student, you will have 24 hour access to our Student Center, a hub of student activity that can be used for study, relaxation, or informal leisure activities with friends. Some of the amenities available include:
Residents also have access to laundry facilities 24 hours a day. Dominic, Althaire, Siena, and Aquinas offer handicap accessible rooms.
St. Catharine College places a high priority on keeping its students safe. Residence hall doors are locked at all times and entrances to the building are equipped with electronic locking systems that allow access only with electronic keys called “fobs.” This allows students entrance into the lobby areas and onto the floor on which they reside.
Campus Security officers make regular rounds in and around the residence halls and are available to resident students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The phone number for Campus Security is printed on each student’s college ID card for ease of access. It is 859-805-1317. To further assure the safety and well being of resident students, professional Residence Life staff members share a daily and weekend duty rotation. This provides resident students access to a staff member at all times. The cell phone number for the staff member on duty is (859) 481-1145.
If you want to become a member of our residential community, please fill out the Housing Application online. Preference in placement and room assignment will be given to students who turn in their forms before the deadline listed on the application.
Below is a checklist of items resident students may want to bring with them to their residence hall room. There is also a listing of items that are not allowed in St. Catharine College residence facilities.
Below is a list of items that students are allowed to have the in the residence halls. While all of these items are not required for a student to be successful, we find that students enjoy having these items in their rooms.
When you receive your room assignment, we suggest you contact roommate to discuss your room setup and supplies.
This list is not comprehensive. The Residence Life staff reserves the right to confiscate any item(s) or materials deemed unsafe.
Note: Due to the advanced notification, items on this list will be confiscated by the Residence Life staff, Buildings and Grounds staff, and/or Security and may not be returned at the end of the semester/year.