Loyola Hall

Loyola Hall

Named for Saint Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus and author of "Spiritual Exercises," Loyola Hall is located on the Quad. It was built in 1955 and stands three stories high. The Ignatian Residential College for sophomores is housed here. Also, the building houses the Department of Public Safety, art galleries, and classrooms for the Fine Arts Department on the ground floor.


Hall Features

  • Sophomore housing
  • Co-ed by wing/floor
  • Double and triple rooms
  • Community bathroom in each wing
  • Common lounges and kitchen
  • Loyola Hall Bill of Rights
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Classroom
  • Vending machines
  • Elevator
  • Six Resident Assistants throughout the building
  • Resident Jesuit housing


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

  • Double Room - 12' x 17'

Recommended Carpet Size

  • Double Room - 12' x 15'

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