Unique Campus Living
Each residence hall provides a unique on-campus living experience. Numerous programs and activities are presented throughout the semester by our energetic, dedicated Residence Life staff. Residence Life allows Anna Maria students to build lasting friendships and memories within an environment that fosters diversity, leadership and opportunities.
Residence life at Anna Maria College is guided by our philosophy:
- To build a close-knit community based on the Roman Catholic value system, promoting the intellectual and personal growth of each student.
- To encourage personal responsibility, respect, religious and moral sensitivity, social awareness, and freedom of thought in all student residents.
- To support students who are committed to the Mission of the College and the ideals of the Sisters of Saint Anne.
Meet our Staff
Anna Maria College provides housing for full-time undergraduate and graduate students. Any questions regarding Housing Processes should be directed to the Office of Residence Life & Student Conduct.
We are so excited to welcome our incoming students to life on-campus! Housing assignments for incoming students are based on the date the student deposits to the College. To apply for housing, please complete the
Residence Life Housing Application and Agreement
The Housing Application and Agreement provide an opportunity for students to share their housing preferences, request a roommate, and provide information that our staff will use to help pair you with a roommate if needed. The Housing Application and Agreement also outlines the residential policies and expectations for residential students.
Incoming students should complete their Housing Agreement no later than Friday, July 22, 2022. Housing assignments and roommate information will be sent to all incoming students via their AMC email accounts, no later than August 1, 2022.
We recommend new students review this list (document attached to email) to assist with items that you will need as you plan to move-on campus this Fall.
Upperclass students select their housing assignments by participating in the Housing Lottery & Selection. The dates and instructions for the Housing Lottery and Selection for the 2023 – 2024 academic year will be released during the Fall 2022 semester. Please continue to check our website for updates or reach out to our office at email@example.com if you have any questions.
To cancel the Housing Agreement, the student must complete the Housing Withdrawal Form (https://annamaria.formstack.com/forms/housingwithdrawal). Once submitted, a staff member will review the request and confirm with the student via their AMC email account.
The room deposit is refundable as a credit to the student’s Anna Maria College Student Account through May 1 and is non-refundable after May 1. Please refer to the Housing Application and Agreement for more information regarding associated fees and deadlines.
All request for medical accommodations on-campus and in the residence halls are reviewed and assessed by Student Health Services (https://annamaria.edu/shs/).
Incoming students applying for medical accommodations should do so no later than July 15. Returning students should re-apply ahead of the Upperclass Housing Lottery & Selection. Returning students will receive notification from the Office of Residence Life & Student Conduct during the academic year with more instructions and timelines about the re-application process.
In order to apply for medical accommodations, all students must follow the steps below:
- Complete the Medical Housing Request Form (need to be linked)
- Submit a letter of support from your provider to Student Health Services.
- Your letter can be emailed or faxed to Student Health Services.
- Your letter should include a brief summary of what you are being treated for, why you are in need of the medical accommodation, and how the medical accommodation will benefit you as a student.
Getting Involved in the Residence Halls
The Office of Residence Life & Student Conduct offers a variety of leadership and student employment opportunities for students to get involved on-campus, grow their leadership skills, and build community. Student leadership and involvement contributes to a strong positive residential community.
Resident Assistants (RAs) are undergraduate live-in student leaders that are responsible for promoting a strong, inclusive community and facilitating various programming and community building initiatives. RAs play an integral role in establishing a community that is conducive to maximizing academic, personal and social development, and maintaining a healthy and safe living environment.
RAs report directly to graduate and full-time Resident Directors. RA Hiring and Selection for the upcoming academic year begins during the Spring semester and students should be on the lookout during the Fall semester for more information regarding the application and interview process.
Desk Attendants (DAs) serves as a primary resource and customer service representative for a particular residence hall at Anna Maria College. Desk Attendants are available to assist residential students and their guests. This position serves as an additional support to Resident Assistants and the Resident Directors serving on duty.
DA Hiring and Selection occurs during the Summer and the first few weeks of the Fall semester to allow first-year students an opportunity for on-campus employment.
The Residence Hall Association is a resident-led organization on-campus that helps to promote community and advocacy for the residential community. The Residence Hall Association has a budget through the Student Government Association for various initiatives, on-campus events, and more! During the first few weeks of the semester, be on the lookout for emails and flyers on how to get involved! You can also reach out to our office at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Alumni & Coghlin Hall
Alumni and Coghlin Halls house upper-class residents in a mix of single and double rooms. Coghlin Hall features air conditioning with individual room controls. The two buildings share numerous large common areas as well as a kitchen and laundry room
St. Anne Hall
St. Anne Hall houses 200 students in a state-of-the-art, suite-style setting. The 63,000 square-foot Hall is comprised of three floors with two residential halls per wing. Common areas are located in the central core and include lounges, laundry rooms, study rooms, a kitchen, a resident director’s office, a workroom, lobbies, a central staircase, and an elevator. St. Anne Hall has 35 student suites with 63 double rooms and 69 single rooms.
Opened In August 2008, South Hall is air-conditioned and offers a mix of double and single rooms. The large main lounge has a flat screen television, kitchenette and plenty of room for group study or group activities.