Philadelphia University Residences

Curious what the residence halls at Philadelphia University are like?  Here are some pictures and facts that will help you out!  For the 2015-2016 school year, first year students will live in Partridge Hall, Fortess Hall, or Ronson Hall.

Partridge Hall (http://www NULL.philau NULL.html)

Partridge Hall is a three-story, coed building housing freshmen students. Partridge is coed by floor, housing women on the first and third floors, and men on the second floor.  Partridge has rooms for one to four students and a total of 65 residents. The building features a social lounge, kitchen and laundry facilities and common-area bathroom facilities.  For the 2015-2016 school year, Partridge Hall will be exclusively for students in the Honors program (http://www NULL.philau NULL.html).


Fortess Hall (http://www NULL.philau NULL.html)

Fortess Hall is a three-story building housing freshman women. The building’s 181 female residents live in one- to four-person occupancy rooms. The hall includes a study lounge, laundry facilities and common-area bathroom facilities.


Ronson Hall (http://www NULL.philau NULL.html)

Ronson Hall accommodates 309 residents in five sections called “houses.” Each house has two wings with predominately two-person rooms, a community kitchen/social lounge, and common-area bathroom facilities.  Three houses are coed with a wing each for men and women, one house is all male and one house is all female.  Ronson Hall is air-conditioned and features laundry facilities on the basement level.


Scholler Hall (http://www NULL.philau NULL.html)

Scholler Hall is a traditional, coed residence facility with predominantly two-person rooms for a total of 149 residents.  Each floor includes a study/social lounge and common-area bathroom facilities.  Scholler has vending machines located in the lobby and laundry facilities.


Townhouses (http://www NULL.philau NULL.html)

The Townhouses are three-level units housing upper-class students. Each townhouse includes five single-occupancy bedrooms, and a shared bathroom, living/dining room and kitchen. The facility is furnished and air-conditioned. Laundry facilities for the townhouses are located in Scholler Hall. 


Independence Plaza (http://www NULL.philau NULL.html)

Independence Plaza is a three-building apartment complex housing upper-class students. The furnished apartments range from three- to four person occupancy and two to four bedrooms. Each building has laundry facilities for residents’ convenience.


Residences at Falls Center (http://www NULL.philau NULL.html)

The Philadelphia University Residences at Falls Center house more than 350 PhilaU students in this newly renovated, multi-purpose site less than 1 mile from campus located at 3300 Henry Avenue.

This upper-classmen housing facility features beautiful, new open-concept apartments that have living rooms, contemporary kitchens with dishwashers, private bathrooms, and wireless internet.

The apartment layouts are unique and offer a variety of selections including, one bedroom units for one person, studio units for two people, two bedroom units for three people, two bedroom units for four people, and three bedroom units for five people. Click here to view apartment layouts. (http://www NULL.philau NULL.htm)

Residences at Falls Center also has an auditorium for curricular and co-curricular programs, access to an on-site café and coffeehouse, space for design and project work and co-curricular activities, shuttle service to Main Campus, 24-7 campus facility support, security, free laundry facilities, on-site parking, a social lounge and a convenience store.


Questions?  Please reach out to Residence Life at 215-951-2741 or (ResLife null@null philau