Anniversary Hall

Anniversary Hall is a 196-bed residence hall on the Bellarmine University campus. The building was designed with no obvious front or back, so that it would be attractive from all perspectives. From the residence hall rooms, students view either the athletic fields, or the wooded area near the Chapel and the other residence halls.

Information from student surveys and forums, meetings with the Residence Hall Council and the Student Government Association, national studies, and campus visits was used in determining the residence hall design, location, and features. Anniversary Hall is a four-story coeducational residence hall with two large double-occupancy bedrooms (with a few single occupancy bedrooms), connected by a full-bathroom.

Anniversary Amenities

  • Co-Educational
  • Carpet
  • AC/Heat 
  • Wireless Internet 
  • 2-5 XL Twin Beds
  • 2-5 Desks & Chairs 
  • 2-5 Closets/Wardrobes 
  • Vending/Ice Machines 
  • Recreational Areas 
  • Lounge with TV 
  • Computer Lab 
  • ADA Accessible Rooms
  • Microwave/Refrigerator 
  • Smoke-Free Environments 
  • 24 Hour-in-Hall Visitation
  • Laundry Facilities

Room Assignments

When placing paired students into buildings and room assignments, we are very intentional about building strong communities and well-balanced halls consisting of diverse students. This process allows for students to live in a more compatible environment as part of a community of students with a wide variety of personalities and interests. Applications will not be considered complete until all of the following are received:

  1. Submit Online a Residence Hall Application
  2. Room Deposit $100, Damage Deposits $ 85, and Application fee $15. Total Deposit: $200

Residential Living Policy

On-campus residence affords students added opportunity to become fully involved in college life. All full-time first, second and third year students who are 22 years of age or younger must live in the residence halls or with a local parent/legal guardian (within a 50 mile radius of the university). Exceptions may be made in special cases, but must have prior approval from the Director of Housing and Residence Life. If a first, second, or third year student does not live either with a parent/legal guardian or in the halls and has not applied for an exception, the student may be subject to judicial sanctioning from the University and/or housing fines.