Living on campus is one of the best experiences anyone could have at Loyola University New Orleans. Three of the four residence halls—Biever, Buddig, and Carrollton—are on the main campus behind the Danna Center and near the RexPlex and Mercy Hall. The farthest building from these halls is the Communications and Music Complex, but it's still only a few minutes away. On the Broadway campus, just down the street about two blocks form the main campus, is Cabra Hall. While Cabra is very convenient for classes on the Broadway campus, students need to plan ahead to be on time to classes on the main campus. There is a free shuttle between the campuses to help students get to where they need to be.
Every residence hall is cleaned before students come for classes, during Christmas break, and immediately after students leave for the summer. In Biever Hall, the communal bathrooms are cleaned every weekday. In the other halls, because they are not communal, the students are responsible for cleaning them. All students are responsible for cleaning their rooms and keeping them maintained. If there is ever something wrong, for example a broken chair or a leaking air conditioner, all a student has to do is tell either their RA or area director (AD) to have the issue taken care of as soon as possible.