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Madonna University Office of Residence Life

The Office of Residence Life at Madonna University is committed to providing a safe, living-learning atmosphere conducive to students' academic success, as well as professional and personal growth.

As an integral part of Student Affairs, the Residence Life staff aims to:Residence Life here for you

  • ENCOURAGE students to integrate life experiences and classroom activities in an inclusive environment.
  • EDUCATE students through academic and social programming that enriches community building, healthy relationships, and the college experience.
  • ENSURE a climate that respects diversity and multiculturalism, where self-responsibility and mutual respect is acknowledged as well as expected.
  • EMPOWER individual students to pursue leadership development through service opportunities offered by the Office of Residence Life, Madonna University, and the local community.
  • EXAMINE and continuously enhance Residence Hall services, in collaboration with various departments, to meet the needs of the residents through evaluations and assessment tools.
 Residence Life Staff

Front Desk
Residence Life front desk

Your residence hall front desk is the center of the neighborhood. You can get questions answered, receive mail and packages, check-in guests, and check-out items such as games, recreation equipment, and vacuums. You will be able to sign up for hall events at the desk, and facilities and room key issues can also be addressed there.

Our friendly desk staff is here to help you 24/7 with any questions you may have about residence hall events, getting around campus, or general questions. Feel free to ask our desk staff any question, no matter how small. We're always happy to help.

Phone: (734) 432-5300, ext. 4038

Professional Staff
Sarah GombarSarah Gombar
Director of Residence Life
(734) 432-5755

Student Staff
Residence Life Student Staff

Resident Coordinators:       Resident Assistants:
Kevin Finch- East Wing      Brandon Ash- East Wing Ground Floor
Jaime Kuligowski- East Wing     Maricela Huerta- East Wing First Floor
Adam Lindoo- West Wing     Taylor Suurmeyer- East Wing First Floor
      Ryan Freemantle- East Wing Second Floor
      Sung Chan Jung- East Wing Second Floor
      Spencer Stokes-East Wing Second Floor
      Emily Johnson- East Wing Third Floor
      Sarah Redman- East Wing Third Floor
      Ahron Gunn- West Wing Second Floor
      Acire Crayton- West Wing Third Floor
 Housing Information

Residence Life Housing Info.


Room Rates for 2017-2018 (per semester):

  • Private Room (Single) - $4,000
  • Semi-Private (Double) - $2,400
  • Quad - $2,700

Room Rates for 2016-2017 (per semester):

  • Private Room (Single) - $3,875
  • Semi-Private (Double) - $2,300
  • Quad - $2,600

Room Rates for Spring/Summer 2017
Students who are enrolled for Summer 2017 Term, between May 15th to August 5th.

Room costs will be FREE for students who are enrolled in 6 or more credits.

Any students enrolled in less than 6 credit hours will be charged $100 per week. Students enrolled in 6 week classes will only be eligible to live in the Residence Hall for the duration of their courses.

Online Contracts and Deposits Spring/Summer 2017
Submission of this contract requires a $75 deposit in order for a room to be reserved. If you have questions, please call Student Accounts (734) 432-5600.

August 2017 – July 2018
Pay Residence Hall Contract 2017-2018
August 2016 – July 2017
Pay Residence Hall Contract 2016-2017


Meal Plans: 2017-2018 (per semester)
The following meal plans are offered by Sodexo Dining Services.

    • Plan A ($2,475) includes 300 meals/exchanges per semester plus $100 in Crusader Cash*
    • Plan B ($2,370) includes 200 meals/exchanges a semester plus $250 in Crusader Cash
    • Plan C ($2,265) includes 150 meals/exchanges a semester plus $350 in Crusader Cash

Meal Plans: 2016-2017 (per semester)
The following meal plans are offered by Sodexo Dining Services.

    • Plan A ($2,475) includes 250 meals/exchanges per semester plus $100 in Crusader Cash*
    • Plan B ($2,370) includes 200 meals/exchanges a semester plus $250 in Crusader Cash
    • Plan C ($2,265) includes 130 meals/exchanges a semester plus $350 in Crusader Cash

Meal Plans: Spring/Summer 2017
Students will be charged $750 & given 750 PTS for a Summer Commuter Meal Plan when staying 6 weeks or less.
Students will be charged $1,500 & given 1,500 PTS for a Summer Commuter Meal Plan when staying 7 weeks or greater.

*The value of your meal plan and related Crusader Cash is loaded onto your MadonnaOne card. You must swipe your card before every meal or purchase in the University Center Dining Hall, Stacks, and the Take 5. Remaining balances of Crusader Cash, at the end of the academic year, will not be refunded as U.S. currency, but can be carried over to the next academic year.

Residence Hall Requirements
Effective Fall 2017, all first-year, American students, whose primary U.S. residence is more than 35 miles from campus, and all new International (F-1 visa) and English Language program students must reside on campus and purchase a meal plan for their first full academic year (fall and winter semesters) at Madonna.

Online Contracts and Deposits
If you plan to live on campus, we encourage you to submit a completed Residence Hall contract and deposit online, as early as possible, in order to assure your room reservation for the desired semester(s).

A $175 deposit is due when submitting your completed contract for both Fall and Winter Semester. Once you move into the Residence Hall, $100 will be applied to room and board charges for Fall, and $75 will be applied for Winter.

A $100 deposit is due when submitting your contract for only one semester, and it will be applied to the room and board charges for that semester, once you move in.

You will forfeit your deposit if you do not move into the Residence Hall, per your contract.

If you have concerns about the policies above, please submit a “Special Academic or Administrative Student Requests “ form through the Registrar’s office.


 Housing Options

Madonna University Residence Hall East Wing

East Wing Private Room
East Wing Semi-Private Room

East Wing Quad Room

Madonna University Residence Hall West Wing

West Wing Private Room



 Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

What are advantages to living on campus?
Be closer to the action! Our Residence Life team is here to help support you 24/7 with live-on professional staff, programming, and a 24-hour front desk. Our main dining hall is located inside our Residence Hall. Your meal plan also allows you to eat at two other on campus dining locations. No need to pay high membership fees. There is a fitness center located inside of our Residence Hall for students to use free of charge. Enjoy Wi-Fi throughout the entire building as well as full cable in every room.

If I cancel my contract, will I get a refund?
Contracts that are canceled are not subject to refund.

Can I sign a one semester housing contract?
Housing contracts are signed for a full academic year. Mid-year contracts will be available if space permits. Any contracts that are broken mid-year are subject to loss of deposit.

Room Questions

What do the rooms look like?
To see room layouts, please see the housing options page.

How will I find out my room assignment and roommate?
During the summer you will receive communication from the Office of Residence Life with who your roommate is and what room you have been assigned to.

Can I have a loft in my room?
Lofting is permitted using only lofting equipment provided by Madonna University. This equipment is on a first-come first-serve basis. Please contact the Office of Residence Life in order to obtain lofting equipment.

Can I have a private room?
Private rooms are available for students. These rooms are in high demand and contain a waitlist.

What furniture and appliances are available?

Each room is furnished with the following:
  • Extra Long Twin Bed (Per Resident)
  • Closet (Per Resident)
  • Dresser (Per Resident)
  • Desk Chair (Per Resident)
  • Desk (Per Resident)
  • Sink
  • Mirror
  • Cable
  • WiFi
  • Couch (Quad Rooms Only)
  • Chair (Quad Rooms Only)
  • Table (Quad Rooms Only)
Each floor contains the following:
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Community Bathrooms
Each wing contains:
  • Laundry Machines
  • Full Kitchens
  • Lounges
  • Televisions

Roommate Questions

How will you match me with a roommate?
You will receive a survey via email from the Office of Residence Life. The information in this survey is used to match you with a roommate based on your preferences for noise, visitors, sleeping habits, and study habits.

Can I choose my roommate?
In the survey you receive via email from the Office of Residence Life containing information on your living habits, there will be a place to request a roommate. You will need to know this student’s first and last name. In order for roommates to be matched BOTH parties must request one another.

What happens if I do not get along with my roommate?
First, talk with your roommate about what is bothering you. Much of the time, problems can be worked out simply by communicating directly with them. If that doesn't work, speak with your RA or RC and they can help you resolve the issue. At the beginning of the semester, it is important to be genuine and honest with your roommate.

Amenities Questions

Is cable television available?
A TV connection is provided in each bedroom and each living room. We offer over 80 different channels. If you need help with your cable, please contact the front desk.

What type of laundry services are available?
Laundry rooms are located on the ground floor of each wing. All washers and dryers require $0.75 per load of laundry payable in quarters.

How will I receive packages on campus?
All mail and packages are sorted daily. Students will receive mail in their designated mailbox. Package slips are placed in student mailboxes and packages can be retrieved at the residence hall front desk.

The on-campus address for residential students is as follows:
Room #
14221 Levan Road
Livonia, MI 48154

Parking and Transportation

Can I have a car on campus?
Students are allowed to have a vehicle on campus. A no-cost registration is required. Parking is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. You can register your vehicle at the residence hall front desk.

Can I have a bicycle on campus?
Bicycles are allowed on campus, but are required to stay outside in the provided bike racks. A no-cost registration is required. You can register your bicycle at the residence hall front desk.

Housing Policies

What are the quiet hour policies?
Quiet hours are from 11 p.m. to 11 a.m. However, the residence hall does observe 24-hour courtesy hours, which means that members of the community may ask residents to keep the noise level down at any time. During the last two weeks of the semester the residence hall observes a 24-hour quiet hour policy.

Is there a curfew?
Madonna Residence Life does not have a curfew, but encourages students to make responsible choices to remain healthy and prepared for classes.

Am I allowed to have a pet?
Pets are not allowed in the residence hall. The only exception to this policy are fish that are kept in a tank under 5 gallons and service animals.

Is alcohol allowed in the Residence Hall?
Madonna University is a dry campus. Therefore, there is no alcohol permitted on campus including the Residence Hall.

Can I have a guest?
Guests are allowed to visit the residence hall once signed in at the residence hall front desk. Guests may be in the building from 9 a.m.-12 a.m. Sunday-Thursday and 9 a.m.-2 a.m. Friday-Saturday. Residents may fill out an overnight guest form at the residence hall front desk in order to have a guest of the same sex stay overnight. Guests of opposite sex are not allowed overnight stay. Any guests under the age of 18 must have pre-approval from the Dean of Students before an overnight stay is permitted.


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Important Residence Hall Phone Numbers


Front Desk:
734-432-5300, ext. 4038
Residence Life Office: