Misericordia University offers off campus housing to qualified students. These residence-life managed houses provide a close and comfortable alternative to dorm style living, located directly on Lake Street. Usually home to upper class students, they offer spacious living environments and full amenities of a typical household.
The Pauly House
The Pauly House is the newest home for single mothers and their children who are enrolled in the university’s Women with Children Program. Funded by the generosity of Pauly Friedman and her husband, Sidney Friedman, the renovation of the house at 62 Lake St. allowed the university to expand the novel program that provides free room and board to as many as 10 students and up to 20 children.
Participants in the WWC Program Outside the Pauly House
The Pauly House is the newest home for single mothers who are enrolled in the university’s Women with Children Program and their children.
WWC Program Participants sitting by the fireplace with children
The Women With Children program was designed to provide support, services, housing and financial aid for academically qualified single mothers of any age who are determined to complete their undergraduate degree.