Welcome home! Many of our residence halls offer amenities such as:
Our women’s hall named for Alexander Priestly Camphor, college president and missionary whose life of consecration helped youth in America and Africa.
A women’s hall named for Joseph C. Hartzell, missionary bishop of the Methodist church of Africa. He was known as an editor, educator and evangelist.
Men’s hall named for Seymour Straight, a wealthy cheese manufacturer whose initial endowment gift helped to establish Straight University
Co-educational hall named for Fannie C. Williams, a noted New Orleans educator, philanthropist and alumna of Straight University.
Our apartment complex that offers two-bedroom, double occupancy apartments, three bedroom, triple occupancy, and one bedroom, single occupancy units.
Located just over three miles from Dillard, SUNO has partnered with the University to provide additional living options. SUNO’s apartments consist of double-occupancy units equipped with peep holes, deadbolt locks and bathroom door locks. Each apartment is also equipped with a washer and dryer, a private bedroom, Jack and Jill bathrooms, a kitchen and a living room space. Dillard University offers shuttle service for SUNO residents.
Visit Southern University at New Orleans Apartments to learn more.