“The University recognizes that its ultimate purpose is to graduate men and women who are able to take a mature, responsible approach to life. It is the further purpose of the University, publicly identified as a Catholic and a Franciscan institution, to promote the moral, spiritual, and religious values of its students.” Recognizing that upperclassmen and graduate students have progressed on this road to maturity, student housing at Assisi Heights affords residents the opportunity to exercise freedom and responsibility in an environment that is less regulated than traditional residence halls. At the same time, students are expected to live in accordance with the mission of Franciscan University and are encouraged to lives of holiness and ongoing conversion. Policies governing this community reflect this dual understanding.
For the 2014-15 academic year:
Left to right: Mary Clare McLaughlin (RA), Jamie Guilday (RA), Esther Power (RA).
Information for Future: