Where is it?
What are the room choices?
Four-person, six-person or eight-person suites
Number of residents:
Why live here?
Each suite has its own bathroom and common area. The elevators are large and fast, making for an easy move. If you're looking for things to do, the Campus Recreation Center is right across the street!
Where can I eat?
Not only is Fox Dining Commons, the University's biggest dining facility, located right across the street, but you can also stop by the P.O.D. Market.
Getting Around and Parking:
The parking garage is right next door, and the shuttle bus stops in front of the building.
Did you know?
Donahue Hall was originally named North Hall when it was built and was renamed in 1993 to honor Richard King Donahue. Donahue was a member of the University’s Board of Trustees from 1976-1990 and served as chair from 1988-1990. He was also a member of the University of Lowell Building Authority from 1987-1990.
"In Donahue you get to meet not just your roommate but a number of suite-mates when you move in. This helps with building your friendship network." - Chris (Nursing Major)
"In Donahue you get your own bathroom and common area." - Brendan (Business Major)
"It's easy to move in or out at the beginning of the school year and at the end." - Dominque (Accounting Major)
"There is always someone up at any point in time of the day." - Courtney (Undeclared)
Check out the rooms in Leitch, Bourgeois and Donahue halls.Get directions to campus using our interactive Google campus maps.