Commuter students can enjoy a home away from home in the Citrone Family Commuter Center, which offers space to study, rest, dine and recharge. The Lounge was renovated and expanded in 2016 thanks to a generous donation from the Citrone family and has a kitchenette, flat-screen television, billiards table and comfortable furniture. A significant addition to the center includes an office for Student Life and Campus Ministry for programming to enhance the commuter students' experience and to bring together commuter and resident students on campus.
Lockers are also available to commuters, and are located between the Café and post office.
Commuter students are connected to campus as incoming freshmen through the Orientation program and are also assigned a Pod in our freshman hall Saint Benedict, where they can study and enjoy time with resident students.
Commuter students have two dedicated representatives from the Student Government Association (SGA). The SGA representatives are here to help with questions or concern related to campus life. For Spring 2018 the representatives are Thomas Eshlman and Renee Tempo. They are available at the SGA office on Thursday 10:30-11:30 a.m. and Tuesday 3-4 p.m.