Marquette University and St. Camillus are accepting applications for the Students in Residence Program from any full-time Marquette University student with junior, senior or graduate standing.
St. Camillus is a life plan community in Wauwatosa caring for more than 650 older adults and retired Jesuits. Seven Marquette students will have the opportunity to live at St. Camillus for the 2023-24 academic year, receiving low-cost housing and other benefits in exchange for volunteering a minimum of eight hours on-site each week.
The intergenerational housing program started in 2022-23 with two Marquette students.
The application deadline is Friday, March 31.
Benefits of living in St. Camillus include:
- Low-cost apartment
- Meal credit and your own private kitchen
- Free laundry facilities
- New state-of-the-art fitness center
- Satellite TV
- Off-Street parking, heat and WiFi included
- 24-hour security
- Only five miles from campus and on a bus line
- Potential service-learning hours
For more information and an application form, please visit the Students in Residence webpage.
Further questions can be directed to nursing professor and St. Camillus board member Dr. Stacy Barnes.
Watch a 60-second Marquette video about Antonio Martins, student in residence, to learn more.