Upperclassmen & Graduate Residence Halls

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Residence Hall Features and Amenities
The convenient residence hall amenity fee covers the following features:

  • In-room access to the University Wireless Internet
  • Unlimited use of the laundry facilities in each residence hall
  • Microfridge (refrigerator, freezer, and microwave unit) in each room
  • Access to complimentary high definition cable (88 channels)
  • Air Conditioning provided in every Residence Hall

Cody Hall

Cody Hall is located on the far southeast corner of campus next to Ryan Hall and is near the softball diamond. Cody Hall has recently been renovated, giving it a new fresh look for its 58 residents. It accommodates single occupancy living. This three floor building is co-ed by floor. Average room dimensions starting at 13' x 10'.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Traditional style setting
  • Single rooms
  • Co-ed by floor
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, foosball table, vending machines, TV and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 58 students
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Resident Life Coordinator

Name: Magdalena Stodolkiewicz

Major: Criminal Justice with a Security Studies concentration

Year in school:  Graduate

Favorite TV show or movie: Survivor

Hobbies: cross-stitching, reading, hiking, and playing my Nintendo Switch

Why you became an RLC: I became an RLC because I wanted to create a comfortable, safe, and productive place for students to call home.


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Resident Assistant

Name: Somuadina “Somy” Uwaezuoke

Major: Cybersecurity

Year in school: Senior

Favorite TV show or movie: Breaking Bad, Beasts of No Nation

Hobbies: Video games, Drawing, Basketball and skateboarding

Why you became an RA: I became an RA to push myself out of my comfort zone and to talk to more people and to form relationships with people around me as I feel I have good people skills just sometimes I don’t put myself in the position to use them.

Resident Assistant

Name: Erin Cunningham

Major: Aviation Administration minoring in Public Policy 

Year in school: Senior

Favorite TV show or movie: New Girl or Numb3rs

Hobbies: Cooking, Gardening, and Photography

Why you became an RA: I became an RA because I enjoy being around people and helping others. I have always had a knack for arts and crafts and enjoy the little things that come with being an RA. But I mainly enjoy meeting new people and being there for others. 


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De La Salle Hall (North)

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’. 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 Social Sciences and School of Broadcasting/Journalism. Average room dimensions starting at 8'4" x 12'.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Traditional style setting
  • Single rooms
  • Co-ed by floor
  • Intensive study hall
  • Rooms include a personal sink
  • Connected to the Courtyard Café, bookstore and mailroom
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, ping-pong table, vending machines, TV, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 58 students
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Resident Life Coordinator

Name: Magdalena Stodolkiewicz

Major: Criminal Justice with a Security Studies concentration

Year in school:  Graduate

Favorite TV show or movie: Survivor

Hobbies: cross-stitching, reading, hiking, and playing my Nintendo Switch

Why you became an RLC: I became an RLC because I wanted to create a comfortable, safe, and productive place for students to call home.


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Resident Assistant

Name: Alex Camacho

Major: Economics/Finance Minor in Spanish

Year in school:  Junior

Favorite TV show or movie: The Office

Hobbies: Baseball, Music

Why you became an RA: I became an RA to better myself and provide a healthy community for others.

Resident Assistant

Name: Molly Paez

Major: Computer Science

Year in school: Sophomore

Favorite TV show or movie: Our Flag Means Death

Hobbies: In my free time, I like to knit, crochet, read, and go on nature walks.

Why you became an RA: I became an RA because I liked the idea of being a constant in people's lives. Someone who can be there for them, whether in an unlikely situation or if they need somebody to talk to.



De La Salle (South)

De La Salle Hall South, referred to as “D-South” by students, is a co-ed residence hall, males and females separated by floor, which hosts 61 residents. Each room is a double occupancy room measuring 11’8” x 15’4” equipped with a personal sink and vanity. This building is connected to De La Salle Hall North by De La Salle central, which hosts the Courtyard Café, Mailroom, and Bookstore as well as the College of Education and Social Sciences and School of Broadcasting/Journalism. Average room dimensions are 11'8" x 15'4".


  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Traditional style setting
  • Double rooms
  • Co-ed by floor
  • Rooms include a personal sink
  • Connected to the Courtyard Café, bookstore and mailroom
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, ping-pong table, vending machines, TV, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 61 students
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Resident Life Coordinator

Name: Magdalena Stodolkiewicz

Major: Criminal Justice with a Security Studies concentration

Year in school:  Graduate

Favorite TV show or movie: Survivor

Hobbies: cross-stitching, reading, hiking, and playing my Nintendo Switch

Why you became an RLC: I became an RLC because I wanted to create a comfortable, safe, and productive place for students to call home.


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Resident Assistant

Name: Jacob Arrowood

Major: Aviation Flight Technology

Year in school:  Junior

Favorite TV show or movie: The Sandman

Hobbies: Volleyball, Basketball & Video Games

Why you became an RA: I became an RA to encourage more student participation and school spirit.


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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 offers spaces for groups of six residents sharing a common bathroom. 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. Average room dimensions are 10'6" X 18' for a double room and 10'6" X 12'7" for a single room./p>

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Suite-style living
  • Single and double rooms
  • Co-ed by section
  • Building amenities include common lounges, pool table, vending machines, TVs, kitchens and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 125 students
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Residence Life Coordinator

Name: Omer Gorgun

Major: Data Science

Year in school:  Graduate

Favorite TV show or movie: Shameless

Hobbies: Watching sports highlights, playing tennis and basketball, volunteering in community service activities, engaging in student associations, and participating in campus events.

Why you became an RLC: I am passionate about enhancing a positive learning experience and creating an inclusive living environment for students. I believe that my background in athletics and internships, in terms of collaboration and administration will allow me to support a safe and engaging campus community, as well as departmental initiatives. Additionally, the Residence Life department provides resources for team members to excel in communication and education.


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Resident Assistant

Name: Eduarda (Duda) Marcon Pazdzicki da Silva

Major: International Relations

Year in school:  Senior

Favorite TV show or movie: Suits or Letters to Juliet

Hobbies: Dancing and Reading

Why you became an RA: I became an RA because I want to be an example of a leader in the student community and at the same time a person who can help the students feel welcome and at home. I came from a different country so I understand how important it is to live in a good environment and how necessary it's to feel welcome. 

Resident Assistant

Name: Lily Reyes

Major: Forensic Criminal Investigation

Year in school:  Junior

Favorite TV show or movie: Interstellar or La La Land

Hobbies: Playing piano and Ministry at my Church

Why you became an RA: I became an RA because I wanted to help others feel and stay connected to the community here on campus.

Resident Assistant

Name: Jarrett Schiedemeyer

Major: Aviation Flight Technology

Year in school:  Junior

Favorite TV show or movie: I really like any comedy show, such as The Office! I also like TV dramas like Suits and The Rookie!

Hobbies: I really love traveling! So far, I have been to 46 States and 15 countries! My favorite country I have traveled to has been Greece. I also enjoy playing golf and flying!

Why you became an RA: I became an RA to help mentor new students and have a closer relationship with my residents!


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Mother Teresa Hall

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 Student Wellness Center as well as several classrooms. Average room dimensions are 10'6" X 18' for a double room and 10'6 X 12'7" for a single room

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Suite-style living
  • Single and double rooms
  • Co-ed by section
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, vending machines, TV, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 95 students
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Residence Life Coordinator

Name: Omer Gorgun

Major: Data Science

Year in school:  Graduate

Favorite TV show or movie: Shameless

Hobbies: Watching sports highlights, playing tennis and basketball, volunteering in community service activities, engaging in student associations, and participating in campus events.

Why you became an RLC: I am passionate about enhancing a positive learning experience and creating an inclusive living environment for students. I believe that my background in athletics and internships, in terms of collaboration and administration will allow me to support a safe and engaging campus community, as well as departmental initiatives. Additionally, the Residence Life department provides resources for team members to excel in communication and education.


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Resident Assistant

Name: Aletheia Johnson

Major: Psychology

Year in school: Sophomore

Favorite TV show or movie: Grey’s Anatomy 

Hobbies: Going on walks, working at a summer camp near my home town, and hanging out with friends and family

Why you became an RA: I became an RA because I have a passion for helping others. I want to create a loving and excepting environment for this year and years to come. 

Resident Assistant

Name: Connor Parks

Major: Aviation Flight Technology

Year in school:  Senior

Favorite TV show or movie: Hunt for Red October

Hobbies: Flying

Why you became an RA: I became an RA because I knew how important bonding with people is and creating those friendships and I wanted to be able to have that same kind of close friendships with each other.


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North Hall

A North Hall renovation project began during Summer 2021 and is set to be completed over three phases with full building completion set for Fall 2024. This renovation includes updated bathrooms, electronic keycard access for every suite, new lounge furniture, and updated flooring throughout the building.

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, 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. Average room dimensions are 12' x 14' for a double room and 8' x 12' for a single room.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Suite-style living
  • Single and double rooms
  • Co-ed by section
  • Kitchenette and common living space within each section
  • Building amenities include common lounges, pool table, vending machines, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 172 students
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Resident Life Coordinator

Name: Jemimah Ansah

Major: Aviation Transportation

Year in school: Graduate

Favorite TV show or movie: Fresh Off the Boat 

Hobbies: cooking

Why you became an RLC: To enable me connect with the university community and be part of the team providing students home away from home on campus. Also, to learn how to balance work life and academics.


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Resident Assistant

Name: Benedetta (Benni) Bagala

Major: Aviation Flight Technology

Year in school:  Junior

Favorite TV show or movie: Supernatural or Bones

Hobbies: Eating and watching TV

Why you became an RA: I became an RA to create connections an learn useful skills to grow as a person.

Resident Assistant

Name: Jayme Momie

Major: Human Resources Management

Year in school: Junior

Favorite TV show or movie: Manifest

Hobbies: Reading, writing, exercising, listening to music, gardening, watching movies, and road tripping

Why you became an RA: I became an RA to create a safe space for students in the residence halls, as well as making sure that the residents have a warm and welcoming environment within the community. Also, I became an RA to spread diversity through the residence halls by creating different programs to learn about new cultures and different backgrounds. 

Resident Assistant

Name: Steven Roberts

Major: Physics and Chemistry

Year in school:  Junior

Favorite TV show or movie: Sherlock

Hobbies: Running and playing Spikeball

Why you became an RA: I became an RA to build a community in the halls and to be a person that people could come to for help with anything they may need.

Resident Assistant

Name: Daisy Vargas

Major: Biology

Year in school: sophomore 

Favorite TV show or movie: Chicago Med 

Hobbies: I like to read, practice archery, and hangout with my friends in my free time.

Why you became an RA: I became an RA because I wanted to become more involved on campus and meet new people! 


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Pope John Paul II Hall

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. Average room dimensions are 10'6" X 18' for a double room and 10'6 X 12'7" for a single room.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Suite-style living
  • Single and double rooms
  • Co-ed by section
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, vending machines, TV, kitchens and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 95 students
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Residence Life Coordinator

Name: Omer Gorgun

Major: Data Science

Year in school:  Graduate

Favorite TV show or movie: Shameless

Hobbies: Watching sports highlights, playing tennis and basketball, volunteering in community service activities, engaging in student associations, and participating in campus events.

Why you became an RLC: I am passionate about enhancing a positive learning experience and creating an inclusive living environment for students. I believe that my background in athletics and internships, in terms of collaboration and administration will allow me to support a safe and engaging campus community, as well as departmental initiatives. Additionally, the Residence Life department provides resources for team members to excel in communication and education.


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Resident Assistant

Name: Grace Barnes

Major: Aviation Flight Technology

Year in school:  Sophomore

Favorite TV show or movie: Criminal Minds or S.W.A.T.

Hobbies: Reading

Why you became an RA: I became an RA to be able to help the school community and to gain more experience in leadership roles.

Resident Assistant

Name: Michael Pruiett

Major: Aviation Flight, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Year in school: Senior

Favorite TV show or movie: The Iron Giant

Hobbies: Virtual Reality

Why you became an RA: I wanted to become an RA to improve the experience for transfer students coming into campus for their first year.


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Ryan Hall

Ryan Hall is located on the southeast corner of campus next to Cody Hall and directly in front of the softball field. Ryan Hall has recently been renovated, giving it a new fresh look for its 59 residents. It accommodates single occupancy living. This three floor building is co-ed by floor. Average room dimensions starting at 13' x 10'.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Traditional style setting
  • Single rooms
  • Co-ed by floor
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, foosball table, vending machines, TV and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 58 students
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Resident Life Coordinator

Name: Magdalena Stodolkiewicz

Major: Criminal Justice with a Security Studies concentration

Year in school:  Graduate

Favorite TV show or movie: Survivor

Hobbies: cross-stitching, reading, hiking, and playing my Nintendo Switch

Why you became an RLC: I became an RLC because I wanted to create a comfortable, safe, and productive place for students to call home.


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Resident Assistant

Name: Grace Schmucker

Major: Nursing

Year in school:  Senior

Favorite TV show or movie: The Greatest Showman or 10 things I hate about you

Hobbies: Sleeping, running, playing lacrosse, concerts, watching movies, hanging out with friends

Why you became an RA: I had friends that are RA’s and I wanted to become more involved on campus.

Resident Assistant

Name: Kristen Pavitt

Major: Aviation Flight Technology

Year in school:  Junior

Favorite TV show or movie: Mama Mia

Hobbies: Building Legos and reading

Why you became an RA: I became an RA because I enjoy the social aspect of it, meeting new people from different backgrounds and getting to know them. I also know how hard the transition into college can be for people and I want to be able to make a comfortable and fun environment for all my fellow peers. 


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St. Charles Borromeo

Northwest Tower

St. Charles Borromeo Northwest Tower is located on the north end of campus. 4 to 5 Residents occupy a section in this sectional style setting. 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. St. Charles Borromeo Northwest Tower is connected to the College of Business, class rooms, and the Convocation Hall. Average room dimensions are starting 18' x 11' for a double room and 18' x 8' for a single room. The rooms in St. Charles Borromeo Northwest Tower do not contain a desk as a part of the furniture set in each room.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Sectional-style living
  • Co-ed by section
  • Connected to the College of Business, Convocation Hall
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, ping pong table, vending machines, TV, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 54 students
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South

St. Charles Borromeo South Hall lies on the North end of Campus. This all male residence hall is a traditional style setting, which features single occupancy rooms housing 28 graduate and Veteran affiliated residents. Unique to this hall, each room is equipped with a couch, coffee table and a micro-fridge. This hall’s lounge provides a full service kitchen, laundry, and TV. St. Charles Borromeo South is connected to the College of Business, class rooms, and the Convocation Hall. Average room dimensions are 15' x 10' for a regular room and larger rooms are 21' x 16'.

  • Male Graduate and Veteran hall
  • Traditional style setting
  • Single rooms provided with a couch, coffee table and micro-fridge
  • Connected to the College of Business, Convocation Hall
  • Building amenities include common lounge, vending machines, TV, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 52 students
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Resident Life Coordinator

Name: Mariano Sosa

Major: Business Administration

Year in school: Graduate

Favorite TV show or movie: Spirit or Harry Potter

Hobbies: Swimming, reading, and going for walks

Why you became an RLC: I became an RLC to build a connection with students, to be a mentor and to be a place where people can go if they are in need of a friend or someone to listen to them.


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Resident Assistant

Name: Kendra Jackson

Major: Information Technology

Year in School: Sophomore

Favorite TV show or movie: The Great Gatsby

Hobbies: Watching YouTube

Why you became an RA: I wanted to interact with residents and be a part of programs on campus. 

Resident Assistant

Name: Daniel Munoz

Major: Marketing

Year in school: Junior

Favorite TV show or movie: The Chosen

Hobbies: Video Games/Football

Why you became an RA: I wanted a bigger opportunity to reach more people, having the chance to create friendships and to get people connected with each other and that’s what being an RA allows me to do. 

Resident Assistant

Name: James Taylor

Major: Aviation Flight Management

Year in school:  Senior

Favorite TV show or movie: Interstellar

Hobbies: Flying, Basketball, Weight Lifting, Traveling

Why you became an RA: I became an RA because I wanted to be the person that I needed throughout my experience at Lewis, for someone else.


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