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At the University of Valley Forge (UVF), students can choose from a variety of on-campus housing options, including traditional residence halls and apartment-style living, fostering a tight-knit community atmosphere.

Bongiorno Hall

Bongiorno Hall houses up to 139 female students in double and triple occupancy rooms with private baths, twin beds, a desk and chair for each student, and built-in wardrobes and shelves. This 30,000 square foot, air-conditioned residence hall provides spacious lounges, card-operated laundry, and prayer rooms for students to use.

With a spacious modern interior, a personal bathroom in each room, and a large co-ed lounge, this residence hall is great for those who are social and enjoy community.


Occupancy: 139 | Air Conditioning: Yes | Gender: Female | Handicap Accessible: Yes


Beisel Hall

Beisel Hall is a men’s residence hall offering distinctive living environments on both floors. The ground floor suites house five to seven male students with large bathrooms and kitchenettes with a microwave and refrigerator. The upper floor rooms accommodate up to three persons, and rooms share jack-and-jill bathrooms. Each student is provided a twin bed, desk, chair, and wardrobe. Beisel Hall has card-operated laundry facilities located on the ground floor.

Offers freshmen and upperclassmen both suite and traditional style housing making it easy to have community with friends.


Occupancy: 83 | Air Conditioning: Yes | Gender: Male | Handicap Accessible: Yes

Beuttler Hall

Beuttler Hall is a traditional men’s two-story residence hall comprised mainly of one, two, and three person rooms. Each room is furnished with desks, chairs, beds, closet space, and shares a jack-and-jill bathroom with the adjacent room. There are lounges, card-operated laundry, and a kitchenette with microwave and refrigerator.

A nice housing blend of upperclassmen and new students and a great place for those that desire social community yet enjoy their own space.


Occupancy: 80 | Air Conditioning: Yes | Gender: Male | Handicap Accessible: No


Shelton and Wells Hall

Shelton Hall and Wells Hall are traditional two-story residence halls that are connected by a first floor hallway. These twin halls are mainly one, two, and three person rooms. Each room provides a desk, chair, beds, and closet space, in addition to a jack-and-jill bathroom with the adjacent room. There are both co-ed lounges and gender-specific lounges as well as a kitchenette with card-operated laundry on each floor.

Adjoined halls allow freshmen and upperclassmen to experience great community, and the large comfortable lounges encourage social time with friends.


Occupancy: 80 | Air Conditioning: Yes | Shelton Gender: Female | Wells Gender: Male | Handicap Accessible: No

Priority Apartments


Cost and sizes vary by apartment

Valley Forge offers a variety of on-campus priority apartments that provide a more reserved and quiet atmosphere. They are designated solely for upperclassmen, family students, and students over the age of 24.

A place that feels just like home, offering various arrangements complete with a living room and full kitchen.


Additional Resources

What to know the price range of your preferred housing? Click here for the complete 2024-2025 tuition and fees (including housing) breakdown.

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