Jogues Hall

Jogues Hall

Jogues Hall, opened in 1968, is named for Saint Isaac Jogues, S.J., who worked among Native Americans in Canada and was martyred near what is now Albany, NY. This building is five stories and is located on the Quad. Classrooms and studio space for the Music Department are housed on the ground floor of the building as well.


Hall Features

  • First-year and sophomore student housing
  • Class year by floor
  • Coed by wing/floor
  • Double and triple rooms
  • Community bathroom in each wing
  • Common lounges and kitchen
  • Jogues Hall Bill of Rights
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Vending machines
  • Elevator
  • Eight Resident Assistants (RAs) throughout the building
  • Area Coordinator (AC) on siteres_jogues_st


Room Features

  • Double or triple occupancy
  • Desks (Three (3) drawers with keyboard drawer)
  • Desk chairs
  • Beds (most can be bunked, raised, or lofted)
  • Three (3)-drawer dressers
  • Wardrobes or closets
  • Micro-fridge (a combination microwave and refrigerator unit)
  • Computer network connections
  • Cable TV connection
  • Window coverings

Room Dimensions

  • Double room - 10' x 17'

Recommended Carpet Size

  • Double - 7' x 12'
  • Triple - 10' x 12'

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