Housing Options

Madonna Hall
Madonna Hall is centrally located in the middle of campus across from Foundress Hall and is the biggest residence hall, housing over 300 students. It's a multilevel building with four wings; Mondor, O'Leary, Eagan, and Duggan. There are double rooms, triple rooms with a lofted bed, quad rooms, and suites, which have two rooms with a full bath.

Substance Free Living: There are Substance Free floors in Madonna Hall for men and women. Substance free living is a lifestyle choice. All students assigned to the substance free floors shall live free of alcohol, illegal drugs and tobacco products.

Freshmen Focused Housing: Madonna Hall is now a Freshmen only facility. The RAs provide programming designed to help freshmen acclimate to college living.
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Room with movable furniture
(Desk, dresser, closet, and bed)
Room with fixed furniture
(Built in desk, bed, closet, and drawers)


St. Anne Hall
St. Anne Hall houses 200 students in a state-of-the-art, suite-style setting. The 63,000 square-foot Hall is comprised of three floors with two residential halls per wing. Common areas are located in the central core and include lounges, laundry rooms, study rooms, a kitchen, a resident director's office, a workroom, lobbies, a central staircase, and an elevator.  St. Anne Hall has 35 student suites with 63 double rooms and 69 single rooms.

St. Anne Hall is available through a lottery to upper classmen.

Alumni & Coghlin Hall
The newly renovated and accessible Alumni Hall, found "on the hill," houses 30 upperclassmen in both double and single rooms. The newly built Coghlin Hall is air conditioned with individual room controls.

Accessible Housing: Alumni Hall and Coghlin Hall offer housing for those students needing an accessible facility. Need for an accessible room is established through the Associate Dean of Campus Life prior to housing. The College reserves the right to determine appropriate accommodation for the presented need.
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Double room in Alumni with movable furniture New Lounge with big screen TV Study Lounge

South Hall
Opened In August 2008, South Hall brings 91 air conditioned beds to the campus in mostly double rooms. The large main lounge has a flat screen television, kitchenette and plenty of room for group study or group fun! The Residence Life Office Annex, located off the main lounge, is where the Area Coordinator works.

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Single room with movable furniture

Resident Student Meal Plan
A meal plan is chosen when the resident signs his/her Housing Agreement. All residents must be on one of the three meal plans offered. There are two standard plans available: eat any 10 meals during the week with $90 Declining Balance Dollars to spend for the semester or eat any 15 meals during the week with $25 Declining Balance Dollars to spend for the semester.
For an additional fee, eating all 19 meals served in a week may be chosen as a meal plan. Residents may change their meal plan in the Residence Life Office through the end of the drop/add period (generally the first Friday of classes).

Meal plan weeks are based on using meals as follows: Monday breakfast through Sunday dinner. During a day, each meal can only be used once (one lunch, one dinner for example). Unused meals do not carry over from one week to the next. The meal plan is only used in the cafeteria. "Meals" cannot be used in Take 10 at the Hub.

Living on Campus
Non-Smoking Areas: All residence halls are smoke free, including student rooms.
All rooms have twin beds. bureaus, study desks, closets, desk chairs and overhead lighting. Most rooms are doubles (for two residents.) There are also triple rooms (for three residents) and quads (for four residents), as well as suites.

Laundry Facilities:
There are coin operated laundry facilities in all residence halls.

Telephones: Each room has one outlet for one touch-tone phone. Cordless phones are not recommended and are not supported. Local and campus calls have no additional fee. Students pay all costs for long distance service. There will be information on the College's long distance carrier available at Orientation.

Cable Television:
Each room has one cable TV hook-up. Basic cable channels are provided. Residents need to bring a TV and the co-axial cable. Cable television and a VCR are provided in the lounges of each residence hall.

Cooking: Most residence halls have a small kitchenette and microwave ovens available for use. Students may bring a small refrigerator (not to exceed 4.5 cubic feet) and microwave (one 700 W or less per room) to have in their room.

Vending Machines:
All residence halls have soda and snack machines. Most accept dollar bills.

There are computers and a printer for student use in each residence hall. These computers allow access to the Internet, e-mail and word processing. Each student room has the capability to connect computers to the College network. An Ethernet card is needed for connection. Wireless connection is also available.

Fun and Games:
Board games, basketballs, Frisbees and more are available from the RA on duty for residents to check out. The staff also plans a lot of fun activities like trips, hiking, movies, pizza nights and more.

Quiet Hours:
Respect for the community is important in the residence halls. Each floor sets times that the floor will be especially quiet for study and sleep. Consideration is expected at all times so that you can study, socialize and sleep in a comfortable atmosphere.