Living on Campus

Living on Campus



Traditional Halls

Hall Hall Specifications Available Room Type(s)
Ascension Hall Coed, Enrolled in Southeastern's Honors Program Double, Single-Suite
Cardinal Newman Hall Coed Double-Suite
Hammond Hall Coed Double
Livingston Hall Coed, 23 on ACT (Beginning Freshmen) or 3.0 GPA (Returning Students) Single-Suite
Louisiana Hall Coed, 23 on ACT (Beginning Fresmen) or 3.0 GPA (Returning Students) Double
Pride Hall Female Only Double
St. Tammany Hall Coed Single-Suite
Tangipahoa Hall Coed Double
Taylor Hall Coed Double
Twelve Oaks Hall Coed, Upperclassmen Priority Double, Single-Suite
Washington Hall Coed Single-Suite

Southeastern Oaks Apartments

2 Bedroom / 1 Bath Coed, 30 credit hours and 2.3 GPA minimum Single-Suite
4 Bedroom / 2 Bath Coed, 30 credit hours and 2.3 GPA minimum Single-Suite

The Village

Greek Village Active Greek Residents Double
Village M Residence Hall Female Only, Potential Greek Residents Double



Explanation of Room Types 


One room shared by two students with both students sharing an in-room bath. 
(Louisiana, Pride, Hammond, Tangipahoa, Taylor, Village M, Greek Village and some rooms in Ascension and Twelve Oaks Halls)

Double- Suite

One suite with two separate bedrooms (shared by four students).  Two separate bed spaces and an in-room bath are shared by all residents (Cardinal Newman Hall).


One suite with separate bedrooms for each student with both sharing an in-room bath. (Livingston, St. Tammany, Washington, and some rooms in Ascension and Twelve Oaks Halls)


One apartment shared by four students.  Each student has a bedroom; two students share an in-room bath on each side of the apartment. (Southeastern Oaks Apartments)


Southeastern’s residential community is home to over 2,600 students.  Residents live only a short walk or Lion Traxx ride to classroom buildings, the library, computer labs, dining locations, and the Student Union.  A section of some residence halls are designated for special interest housing communities including students involved with Living Learning Communities, sororities and fraternities.

Each residence hall has a team of Resident Assistants (RAs) that live and work in the halls.  RAs are responsible for planning social and educational events, assisting residents as they adjust to living on campus, supporting students’ academic success, and providing on-call assistance to residents in the evenings and on weekends.

All residence hall rooms and apartments are furnished, air-conditioned, and feature high speed wireless internet service and cable television.  All utilities, including electricity, water, and garbage pickup is included.  Mail services are also available.  Some halls feature laundry rooms.  Our new halls feature everything previously mentioned in addition to multi-purpose space for classes, meetings, and social activities, a dining location, and several lounge areas for studying and socializing with friends.