Freshman dorms are located mainly on south campus. There are about eight freshman dorms. All rooms have 2-3 students living in them, with some exceptions. The dorms are fairly big, for dorm rooms (which doesn't say much). Sophomores live on main and west campus in about seven dorms, where students can live in singles or doubles. Juniors live on west campus in either a dorm for single rooms or apartments that house four students. The apartments have two bedrooms, 1-2 bathrooms, a living room, and a kitchen. Seniors live off campus.
Overall, the dorms are all well built and clean, and some are in the process of being renovated. Most dorms have air conditioning, as well. I have often found that Villanova dorms are superior to other schools'.
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This is the first floor of St. Monica Hall, a freshmen dormitory building.
St. Monica Hall is a freshmen dormitory building at Villanova.
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