Gonzaga Hall

Gonzaga Hall

Gonzaga Hall opened in 1957. This four floor residence hall is located on the Quad, and is named for Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, S.J., who died while tending to the sick during the Roman plague of 1591, and is the patron saint of youth. Gonzaga Hall houses the Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (WiSTEM) Living and Learning Community. Students must apply to live in this Living and Learning Community and agree to abide by the standards of that specific community.


Hall Features

  • First Year Student Housing
  • Co-ed by wing/floor
  • Double and triple rooms res_women_math_sc
  • Community bathroom in each wing
  • Common lounges and kitchen
  • Gonzaga Hall Bill of Rights
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Vending machines
  • Elevator
  • Six Resident Assistants throughout the building
  • Resident Jesuit housing
  • Live-in Area Coordinator

Room Features

  • Double or triple 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 - 10.5' x 17'

Recommended Carpet Size

  • Standard Room - 10' x 12'

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