Residence Life offers resident students the following
Each residential student lives in an intentional community with
an assigned graduate/undergraduate Resident Assistant (RA) to
provide support, answer questions and assist with maintenance
concerns. Each RA provides students in their community with
programs designed for their needs, opportunities for students to
interact with each other, and a chance to participate in a thriving
and interactive community. RAs also serve to connect students to
other resources on the University campus.
Campus residents have free access to 60 channels, including MTV,
TLC, BET, ESPN and other major networks. Premium cable services are
available through BrightHouse cable (our service provider). Basic
cable is available in every residence hall room and recreation
lounge. We encourage students to tune into our own campus
television, SLU TV, which can be found on channel 96.
Students living in the residence halls have free access to
high-speed Internet connections through wireless service and/or
wired connections provided by the institution. Questions about
computer and internet connections on campus should be directed to
University Technology Services.
Traditional furnishings provided in each room include a twin
bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, and wardrobe/closet. In addition, a
microfridge and microwave are provided in each student
room/suite/apartment (apartments with a full refrigerator do not
have a microfridge).
The housekeeping staff cleans all common areas (laundry rooms,
lounges, lobbies, hallways, and community bathrooms). Student room
and private bathroom/suite/apartment cleaning is the responsibility
of the resident. Pest control is provided on a consistent basis, or
as requested to meet special needs.
Laundry facilities are available free to all residents within
their assigned hall (Alumni Hall and Roderick Hall shares laundry
facilities). The laundry rooms are open 24 hours a day for your
convenience. No bags of quarters needed at Saint Leo!
There are lounge facilities in most residence halls with
comfortable furniture, televisions and recreational equipment such
as pool tables and ping pong tables. They are available to all
residents of the hall and their guests. Private reservations for
spaces must be requested and approved through Student Services.
Students can sign up for a university mailbox upon arrival on
campus. All student mail is available at the Stephen Herrmann Mail
Center located between Alumni Hall and Crawford Hall. Students are
issued a box and a key and are responsible for carrying their key
in order to access their mail. UPS delivers to the University
daily. Student packages are delivered to the Stephen Herrmann Mail
Center. When a student receives a UPS package he/she will receive a
package slip in his/her mailbox.
All mail/packages being shipped to a student should be addressed
Saint Leo University
Mail Code #______
33701 State Road 52
Saint Leo, FL 33574
The maintenance staff completes all routine and emergency
maintenance needs. Students can submit their own maintenance
requests online and the online system includes email notifications
when work orders are received, assigned and completed. If requests
are not completed in a timely manner, students should notify the
Office of Residence Life.
Click Here to submit a maintenance request.
Having a car on campus is not a necessity for a resident;
however, students who wish to have a car on campus may do so by
registering their vehicle with Student Financial Support Center and
purchasing a parking decal. For students without vehicles, free
monthly trips to shops in the local area including Walmart, Target
or the Wiregrass Mall are available through the Student Activities
Residence hall students receive free local and on campus
telephone service featuring voice-mail and call forwarding through
IP phones with an ethernet connection (phones available through
University Technology Services). Students wishing to make long
distance calls must contact their own long distance carrier to make
arrangements or purchase pre-paid phone cards. Voice-mail services
are accessible by dialing ext. 8550 from any on-campus phone or
352-588-8550 from an outside line. When prompted, enter your room
phone extension (ex. 1234) followed by the # key. Then enter your
voice-mail pass-code followed by the # key.