Welcome to Residential Living at Bellarmine!

Current Residents

NOW AVAILABLE IN YOUR PORTAL:

  • 2022-2023 Housing Application
  • Extended Stay application (in your Fall 2021 application)
  • Summer 2022 Housing Application

Did you miss the Q&A about housing selection on 1/26?

We have a recording available here.

Current Students

Don't live on campus, but want to be on campus for Spring 2022?

Please click Application on the navigation bar above, and fill out the Fall 2021 application. (We use the Fall 2021 application for Spring 2022 housing.)

Want to live on campus for the 2022-2023 academic year?

The 2022-2023 application is now available!

Questions?

Call us at (502) 272-7272 or email us at reslife@bellarmine.edu

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Welcome, Class of 2026!

We are thrilled to have you joining our on-campus housing community, and will do everything we can to make sure you are proud to call Bellarmine home.

After you have paid your enrollment deposit, access your housing portal (including your housing application for the 2022-2023 academic year) by logging in with your Bellarmine credentials and clicking Application in the navigation bar above. Part 1 of your 2022-2023 application is now open.

We also encourage you to stay connected with these resources:

Welcome, New Students!

Whether you are joining Bellarmine as a transfer, exchange, second degree, or graduate student, we are thrilled to have you joining our on-campus housing community, and will do everything we can to make sure you are proud to call Bellarmine home.

Access your housing portal (including your housing application for the 2022-2023 academic year) by logging in with your Bellarmine credentials and clicking Application in the navigation bar above. Both the Summer 2022 and the Academic Term 2022-2023 applications are now available for you.

Our mission is to provide a living-learning environment for students that supports their academic endeavors and fosters the growth of the whole person. Residence Life promotes student development by encouraging the student to:

  • live cooperatively in community,
  • demonstrate good citizenship and character, and
  • become involved in the activities and leadership opportunities in the halls.