One of the most unique residences on campus, Harborview offers two-, three- and four-person apartments for upperclassmen.
The building’s centralized location on West 6th and Sassafras streets makes for a short walk to just about anywhere. In fact, University Police and Safety as well as the Health and Counseling Center are found on Harborview’s ground floor.
In addition to apartment-standard bedrooms, kitchens and bathrooms, residents enjoy perks not available in other buildings – like an elevator, central air, dishwashers and garbage disposals. And at seven stories high, Harborview features fantastic sights of the city in one direction and Presque Isle Bay in the other. For an even better view, residents can go up to the roof garden, a spacious lounge sometimes used for school and building events.
Gannon’s students aren’t the only ones who take advantage of the opportunity to call Harborview home. Fr. Jason Glover, professor of theology, lives there with his dog Drake!