Kostka Hall

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Kostka Hall

Located in the Village on the southeast side of campus, Kostka Hall is three stories tall and was opened in 1970. Kostka Hall houses nearly 200 sophomore students, the Village Complex's Area Coordinator and Resident Jesuit. Kostka Hall is named in honor of Saint Stansislaus Kostka, S.J., who was born in Poland and was recognized for his dedication to his faith.


Hall Features

  • Sophomore class housing
  • Co-ed by wing/floor
  • Two double rooms adjoined by a bathroom
  • Village Area Bill of Rights
  • Common lounges
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Air conditioning
  • Vending machines
  • Elevator
  • Three Resident Assistants throughout the building
  • Resident Jesuit housing

Room Features

  • Double occupancy
  • Desks (3 drawers with keyboard drawer)
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • 3 drawer dressers
  • Wardrobes or closets
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections
  • Cable TV connection
  • Phone connection (which students share but can set-up private voicemail)
  • Window coverings

Room Dimensions

  • Standard room (Including entry, closet, and bathroom) - 13' x 18.5'

Recommended Carpet Size

  • Standard Room - 10' x 12'

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