Housing assignments distributed in July via email!

As a Four-Year Residential College, all students are required to live on campus. Once you make the decision to attend CSB and have paid your enrollment fee, you will need to complete several forms found on the Forms Portal. The form that we will be looking for in relation to your campus housing is the CSB Housing Questionnaire. Please be sure to complete this form and all other forms in the portal to prepare for a smooth transition to campus.

Students happy in dorm room

Need a loft or Refrigerator?

We’ve partnered with Bedloft to provide convenient and cost-effective solutions, helping students maximize their limited dorm room space by offering lofted beds and compact refrigerator/freezers.

Fall Move-in

We’re excited for your arrival! On move-in day, our staff will assist you in unloading at your residence hall. Remember to label your belongings with your name and room number. Once settled, get your books, parking permit, and CSB ID card. Parents can join orientation sessions and a welcome liturgy before students start their orientation program.

sign for move in day
students holding bag of lettuce

First-Year Intentional Living Communities

Residents can connect with like-minded students to explore topic areas/interest areas by participating in an Intentional Living Community (ILC) that is facilitated by Residential Life and/or campus partners.

Sharing a Space

Although college is a place of learning, the classroom is not the only place with the opportunity to interact with classmates. Those who live in the same residence hall, and especially a roommate, provide much of the social atmosphere of the first year at Saint John’s. Living with a roommate can provide challenges and rewards. Before move-in, students should consider what they want out of their relationship with their roommate, what guidelines to follow, and anticipated problems.