Life at Xavier
Some of the best moments in college happen outside the classroom. With more than 160 clubs, a supportive campus community and a city full of opportunity, students from all over the nation and globe come together to find their passions and thrive at Xavier University. Explore student life on campus and beyond.
First-year students have a few different options for living on campus. These include Brockman Hall, Buenger Hall, Kuhlman Hall and Husman Hall.
The Hoff Dining Commons offers meal stations, daily menus and meal plan options for Xavier students. Off campus restaurants include pizza, chili and more.
Students are active in more than 160 clubs: everything from fencing to finance, theater to community service.
As members of a Jesuit university, coming together to engage in community service is a vital part of learning and fulfilling our mission.
Musketeers come first in character, commitment and class—both on the field and in the classroom.
More than 7,000 people call Xavier home. Our differences and experiences add up to strengthen our community and classrooms.
Xavier’s core curriculum includes opportunities for students to explore their passions during their first year and beyond.
Health and Wellness
Campus resources include general medicine/preventative care, sick visits, lab services, counseling and a brand-new recreational facility.
Four Unforgettable Years
The Jesuit model of teaching goes beyond textbooks and classrooms. It encourages students to round out their academics through service, community engagement and extracurricular activities. But don’t just take our word for it. Hear what students love most about life on campus.
Xavier was the place where I felt most at home, where I knew I could make a difference and become the person I aspire to be. Over the last three years I've become a leader on this campus, as well as in my community, as I work for the Cincinnati Recreation Commission and serve as its Youth & Teen Council Adviser.
Spanish, Criminal Justice, 2020
Xavier is a very community-oriented school. You definitely feel like you're a part of it. You don't feel like you're just a number. You know people. It's small so that you can make those connections, but it's not too small that you feel like you know every single person.
Xavier is the best place in the world. I mean the people here, the community, everything about it. You’ll find people who you can click with, who will help you to grow, who you'll be able to help them to grow.
Communication Studies, Advertising, 2019