West Campus Housing: Phase 1
A steady growth in undergraduate enrollment over the last few years has created a demand for more beds on campus, where residents can most benefit from Immaculata’s many social and sports activities. Many students also prefer to have housing options available beyond that of the traditional dorm room, such as apartment-style units as are found in the community at large.
In response to the need for more beds and the desire for apartment-style living, Immaculata University has begun building a neighborly complex of 10 suite-style housing pods in a phased approach, with the first two of these ten buildings recently completed and occupied in August 2014. Located on Immaculata’s historic campus, in a beautiful wooded area just behind Parking Lot B, these new facilities offer an ideal college housing option.
Each of the new housing pods is an intimately scaled three-story building, arranged in a village-like cluster, accessible from a dramatic bridged entry at the mid-level. Each fully furnished suite within each building pod features five private bedrooms (single occupancy), a full kitchen outfitted with stainless steel appliances (including a dishwasher and a double door refrigerator/freezer) and quartz counter tops, an open dining and living area with a wall-mounted flat-screen television and leather covered furniture, and two compartmentalized bathrooms. Each apartment also includes its own private laundry closet with a heavy-duty washer and dryer.
Immaculata’s West Campus Housing Project was also featured in American Builders Quarterly magazine!