The Newman House strives to provide a faith filled and friendly environment for young women in community living. The Newman House officially opened its doors for the fall semester of 2008. Along with this vision was the inclusion of a chapel dedicated in October 2011.
The Newman House has room for 30 women, and is 40% less expensive than living in the residence halls. There are single and double room options with shared common spaces, as well as a chapel, laundry, kitchen with meal plans, wireless internet, and cable TV.
The Newman Women’s House offers a setting where women can be serious about their academic studies and their faith, and form strong friendships with other women. Spiritual growth is promoted through bible studies, prayer, devotions, fellowship, as well as an in-house chapel.
To learn more about the Newman Women’s House contact Jess in the office or Fr. Luke. Incoming freshman can live at the house, contact the Newman Center for more details.
Read about Emily’s experience living in the Women’s House: click here
Located at 2620 University Ave., it is just blocks from the library, the student union, and the Newman Center.