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Residence Life

Georgetown Hall


Georgetown Hall is named after Georgetown University, a Jesuit institution of higher education located in Washington, D.C. Georgetown is the oldest Catholic university in the United States and has many notable alumni, including President Bill Clinton. Georgetown University was established in 1789 and enrolls approximately 16,400 students.

Georgetown Hall is part of the Southside Kenmore Area. There is one lounge in Georgetown Hall, and a very large courtyard in front, which is a common gathering/programming space during the warmer months. Students must enter Georgetown Hall through the front gate.

Quick Facts
Street Address 6301–15 N. Kenmore Ave.*
Hall Type Single gender by apartment; coed building
Bathrooms Private Bathrooms in unit
Population Approximately 125
Classifications Upperclass
Dining No dining facility located in building, however students have access to all dining halls and campus markets
Room Types Quints
Air Conditioning Yes
Elevators No
Residential Floors 5
Winter Break Closed
Utilities Included
Front Desk No front desk; ID entry required at gate
Beds Bunkable**, Loftable, extra-long twin beds 85.5"L x 36"W x 36"H

*Please note: All student mail and packages should be sent to the mail room at:

6317 N. Broadway
Chicago, IL 60660

The residence halls cannot accept any mail.

**Please note: due to the shape of some rooms, not all beds can be unbunked. For more information on bunking or lofting click here


Residence Life · Division of Student Development
1032 West Sheridan Road · Chicago, IL 60660

Phone: 773.508.3300 · res-life@luc.edu

Notice of Non-discriminatory Policy