What's it like to be a "Blue Angel"?
Who throws the best house parties - St. John's dorm or Bayer House?
If you're a day student, can you still do some of the weekend activities on campus?
For all boarders at Marianapolis, the residential experience is a dynamic one. Being part of a specific hall or dorm means sharing a common identity that helps define your life at MPS. For example:
*Depending on where you live, you could have a single room all to yourself, or live with up to 3 roommates, each from different countries.
*If you lived in St. Albert's, you might write down "peanut butter cookies" on the Baked Goods Wish List, and hope that the dorm parent on duty makes your favorite dessert this weekend.
*If you lived in the Baptists hallway, you'd have a ringside seat to the intramural table tennis tournament. If you joined in, you could take on Mr. Vitale in the finals (good luck!).
*Living in Villa Maria would mean having the best Halloween candy and decorations around, thanks to Dr. & Mrs. Sembor.
Day students are welcomed into the residential halls during evening and weekends, whether it's simply to hang out with friends or to participate in school-sponsored programming. To learn more about weekends at Marianapolis, please click here.
We encourage you to explore all of the pages at the left to get a better sense of the MPS boarding experience.