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Hall Features and Amenities
La Salle Hall North
De La Salle Hall North in an intensive study hall for students in good judicial standing. De La Salle Hall North, commonly referred to as “D-North” by the students, is composed of 59 single occupancy rooms each measuring 8’4” x 12’ and one double occupancy room on each of the three residential floors. All rooms are air conditioned and equipped with an in-room sink and vanity. A unique feature of this hall is that it is adjoined to De La Salle central, which hosts the Courtyard Café, Mailroom, and Bookstore as well as the College of Education and School of Broadcasting/Journalism.
La Salle Hall South
Cody Hall lies in the far southeast corner of campus, an attractive location for business majors. A unique feature of Cody Hall is that it houses the largest single rooms on campus. The building has recently been updated, providing housing for 59 residents and offering a personal sink in several rooms. This three floor building is co-ed by floor. Air conditioning is available in the recreational lounge located in the basement.
|Dorothy Day Hall
Dorothy Day Hall, the newest addition to the Lewis University campus, is located on the far south end of campus. Housing 130 residents, this four story sectional living community is unique because it offers Living Learning Communities for students sharing common majors. Living Communities include, but are not limited to, Intense Study, Alcohol-Free Living and Academic Major. This residence hall is co-ed by section. A lounge with TV as well as laundry and full-service kitchens are found on each floor; the main floor lounge also has a billiards table. Seven study lounges are available throughout the building for the residents’ use. The Dorothy Day lower level houses Conferencing and Events offices.
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Fitzpatrick Hall features single and double occupancy rooms in a sectional style setting. Six residents occupy one section and share a common bathroom with six residents of another section. A unique feature of Fitzpatrick Hall is that residents enter their section through an outdoor balcony. This residence hall is co-ed by floor. The hall lounge provides a full service kitchen, pool table and TV. An outdoor courtyard has stationary grills and picnic tables available to residents. Fitzpatrick is connected to Common Grounds; a 24 hour/ 7 day a week convenience store and lounge.
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Founders Hall, conveniently located in close proximity to the Library and Academic building, features double occupancy rooms housing over 170 freshmen residents. This residence hall is co-ed by floor. The lower level lounge offers use of a full-service kitchen, large screen TV and pool table. Study areas for residents’ use are located on each floor. Founders Hall is an alcohol-free environment.
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Mother Teresa Hall offers single and double occupancy rooms in a sectional style setting; six residents sharing a common bathroom. This residence hall is co-ed by section. Lounges with TV and study areas, as well as laundry and full-service kitchens are found on each floor; the main floor lounge includes a billiards table. The Mother Teresa Hall lower level houses the Center for Health and Counseling as well as several classrooms.
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North Hall has suite style living where two double and two single rooms share a semi-private lounge and kitchenette. Hosting over 170 residents, this three story residence hall has abundant lounge spaces including a multipurpose room, conference room, full-service kitchen/game room and fireside sitting room. This residence hall is co-ed by floor. North hall is located in the center of campus, a convenient walk to any academic building, making this hall attractive to all majors.
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Pope John Paul II offers single and double occupancy rooms in a sectional style setting; six residents sharing a common bathroom. This residence hall is co-ed by section. Lounges with TV and study areas, as well as laundry and full-service kitchens are found on each floor; the main floor lounge includes a billiards table. The Pope John Paul II lower level houses offices for student media organizations as well as classrooms for the communications department.
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Ryan Hall is located on the southeast corner of campus next to Cody Hall and directly in front of the softball diamond. Ryan Hall has recently been renovated, giving it a new fresh look for its 59 residents. It accommodates single and double occupancy living and offers a personal sink in several rooms. This three floor building is co-ed by floor. Air conditioning is available in the basement’s recreational lounge.
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This unique residence hall is the oldest building on campus and still well suited for freshman style community living. Sheil Hall offers double occupancy rooms for 140 freshmen residents. This residence hall is co-ed by floor. A lower level lounge features a large screen TV and pool table, while the second floor lounge provides a full-service kitchen and study area. Sheil hall is in close proximity to the JFK Student Recreation and Fitness Center, Charlie’s Place, Student Union and Chapel. Sports Management has recently made its home in the lower level of Sheil Hall. Sheil Hall is an alcohol-free environment.
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South Hall features single occupancy rooms for 90 freshmen residents. The fourth floor is considered a Living and Learning Community for female nursing students. Study lounges are available on each floor, and a full-service kitchen is located on the fourth floor. This residence hall is co-ed by floor. South Hall is adjacent to the College of Nursing, convenient for nursing majors. South Hall is an alcohol-free environment.