On-campus housing is available in our newest residence hall, Murray Hall, which is air-conditioned. When possible, reunion classes will be grouped together. If you sign up for on-campus housing and wish to have roommates, please be sure to include the names of those you wish to room with when you register. Each floor has a comfortable common lounge area, and a hospitality suite is located on the main floor. All rooms are furnished with twin beds, linen service, soap and hangers.

There are three options for guests wishing to stay on campus:

  • Group Suites. For groups of 6–8 people, a limited number of group suites are available. Each group suite features four bedrooms (each sleeping two people; twin beds) and two shared bathrooms. Group suites also feature a communal gathering area and kitchenette with full-sized refrigerator. Reservations for group suites are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Group suites are not available for groups smaller than six people.
  • Double rooms (each sleeping two people; twin beds). Available for alumni wishing to house with a roommate. These rooms are "cluster-style" meaning they share a bathroom with one other single or double room. These "clusters" are perfect for 2–4 guests who wish to be housed in the same vicinity as one another.
  • Single Rooms. Perfect for guests who wish to have a room to themselves (twin bed). Please note that the layout for single and double rooms are the same (see Murray Hall “Cluster Style” Room layout below). However, a guest requesting a single room will not be assigned a roommate. Guests staying in single rooms may share a bathroom with up to two other guests, depending on residence hall occupancy.

Cost is per person, per night: single occupancy $70, double occupancy $60, suite $65. Check in begins Friday, June 12 at 1:00 p.m.; check out is by 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 14. 

Cancellation Policy

Requests to cancel registrations must be received in writing by the Office of Alumnae/i Relations, postmarked no later than May 29, 2020. The requests may be sent by mail, fax or email. We regret that after this date, registration fees are non-refundable. All refunds will be processed after June 19, 2020. Refunds will not be distributed at registration.

Special Needs

Dominican University is committed to providing equal access and reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. A limited number of ADA-accessible residence hall rooms are available. Providing advance notice allows the Office of Alumnae/i Relations and campus partners to graciously accommodate individuals with special needs. If you require special accommodations, assistance or dietary requirements, please contact the Office of Alumnae/i Relations as soon as possible at (708) 524-6286 or via email at alumni@dom.edu.


Dominican University is easily accessible via several transportation options. Dominican University does not offer shuttle transportation to and from the airport. If you need assistance with ground transportation options to and from O’Hare or Midway airports or rail stations, please contact the Office of Alumnae/i Relations at (708) 524-6286.

  • The average cab fare between Dominican and O’Hare is $35-40, and Dominican and Midway is $45-50.
  • Dominican offers limited courtesy shuttle service to and from the CTA Green Line ‘L’ stop at Harlem Ave. and Lake Street. This service is based on availability and must be reserved in advance. Please contact the Office of Alumnae/i Relations for information.
  • On-campus shuttle service will be provided all weekend between the Main Campus and the Priory Campus, as well as from the Main Campus to the president’s home for the reception for the Class of 1970 on Friday evening. Please check your welcome packet when you arrive for the shuttle schedule.