Manchester Village Apartments

Manchester VillageContinuous occupancy (including Christmas Break, Intercession and Spring Break) is available at no additional expense in Manchester Village to residents that stay for the full academic year. The design of Manchester Village responds to student requests for apartments with single occupancy bedrooms. The apartments have either four single bedrooms or two double bedrooms with shared bathrooms, living and dining areas and full-size kitchens. Please note that single bedrooms have full size beds and that shared bedrooms have extra long twin size beds. Each bedroom is wired for phone and cable television. Manchester Village includes study rooms, a laundry room, a vending area and two levels of underground parking.

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Manchester Desk Information

The Manchester front desk is located in the lobby of building two. The front desk staff encodes room key cards, takes messages, gives information, provides vacuums and other sundries for residents. You can reach the the front desk at (619) 849-5555 or extension 5555.

Manchester Group Study Lounge/ Lounges

There are study lounges on each floor and a variety of lounges on the first floor, including a group study room and a multi-purpose room with a large screen TV.

Manchester Fitness Room

There is a fitness room located on the first floor of Manchester with cardio equipment, strength training and more. Hours are posted on the door, and only Manchester residents are allowed entry with their Onity card.

Laundry Facilities

The Laundry Facilities are on the first floor. The cost for a load of laundry in the washer is $1.25 and dryers are $.50. You need to purchase a laundry card for $2.00, but you can replenish the card through the card dispenser as needed. The card dispenser accepts debit and credit cards.

Manchester Village Community Director: Tierney Harrison

Tierney Harrison is the Community Director for Manchester Village. She is happy to be a part of this amazing area and enjoys meeting and getting to know upperclassmen students. Tierney grew up in Sacramento, California and came down to Southern California for college (and the weather). She is an alumni of USD, receiving her BA in Political Science and Master's degree in Higher Education Leadership. She took advantage of all of the great opportunities to get involved at USD and is passionate about supporting others to find their USD home. As a Community Director, Tierney is responsible for overseeing the Manchester buildings, ensuring the safety of its residents, and fostering an inclusive and welcoming community. Please feel free to contact her with any questions regarding Residential Life!

Tierney's office is located in Manchester Village behind the front desk. Her office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00AM to 5:00PM, or by appointment. Like many other staff across campus, Tierney has other commitments during the day and may not be in her office. Please email her at or call her at 619-260-8886 to set up an appointment.

Manchester Village Resident Minister: Julia Campagna

Julia Campagna is a Resident Minister in Manchester Village and a University Minister.  She grew up in Rhode Island, and first came to USD as an undergrad student.  After USD, she spent time volunteering in Ecuador and El Paso, Texas.   She most recently completed her Masters of Divinity at Boston College, and is happy to be back in sunny San Diego. 

She is delighted to be a part of the Manchester community, and to be working with the RAs and Residential Life staff.  She is eager to foster community, and and get to know students as they continue to explore, learn and ask questions about themselves and the world.

You can drop by Julia’s office (Maher 203) or apartment (Manchester 324), or reach her via email at, to say hello or to schedule a meeting.  She would love to meet you!