Loyola University Chicago

Residence Life

Living Options

The Department of Residence Life provides a variety of residence hall living options as we recognize our students come from various backgrounds and interests.
 
Although we provide the same amenities in each hall, students are encouraged to shape their own living experience by meeting regularly with their RA, attending floor meetings, and attending floor and community programs.
First-Year Residence Halls
Below you will find information about our first year and transfer residence halls. Click the links to explore even more.
 
Please note: 3D floor plans on hall pages are approximate and may not be true to room size; window views may not be accurate.
 Located on the north side of campus, Campion Hall is home to the Loyola University Chicago Honors Program with offices on the first floor. Campion features spaces to socialize and learn.
de Nobili Hall  
Opened in Fall 2013, de Nobili Hall features a two-story entertainment lounge, four study lounges, and two community kitchens.
Mertz Hall   Mertz Hall is the largest building on the Lakeshore Campus and the largest residence hall. The building is connected to Centennial Forum and stands 19 stories tall with a large lounge and community kitchen on the second floor. VIDEO TOUR
San Francisco Hall   San Francisco Hall opened in 2013 and is one of our newest residence halls. San Francisco Hall is a LEED certified building. Eco-friendly features regulate heat and air control keeping the building between 70-72 degrees. VIDEO TOUR
Simpson Living Learning Center
Simpson Hall is centrally located at the corner of Sheridan and Winthrop. All floors have 2 social and study lounges. Residents have access to 8 community kitchens throughout the building. VIDEO TOUR

 

Transfer and Upperclass Residence Halls
Baumhart Hall Baumhart Hall is located on the Water Tower Campus in the heart of Chicago. The building offers fully furnished apartments with spectacular city views. Baumhart Hall is located directly above the Terry Student Center, where students can access Water Tower Campus Life, the Wellness Center, Ministry Services, a chapel, study space, and a fitness center. Traveling between the Water Tower and Lake Shore campuses is made easy by the LUC intercampus shuttle and the CTA Redline.
Bellarmine Hall Bellarmine Hall is located just north of the Lake Shore Campus. The integration of Bellarmine with the Rogers Park community provides on-campus convenience with an off-campus feel. Bellarmine Hall also features social lounges on all floors and a Campus Safety Office on the ground floor.
Canisius Hall is a part of the Kenmore Area, which also includes Georgetown, Marquette and Marquette South Halls. The building is comprised of apartment-style studio double and 1-bedroom double rooms, including a bathroom and kitchenette.
Fairfield Hall is a part of the Winthrop Area, which also includes Le Moyne Hall, Messina Hall, Spring Hill Hall, Seattle and Xavier Halls. These former apartment building has studios, and one bedroom double and two bedroom quad rooms with a bathroom and kitchenette. In 2012, Fairfield was equipped with a new student lounge with a fireplace and big screen TV.
Fordham Hall is part of the Northside Area, which also includes Santa Clara Hall. Fordham Hall is located on the former site of the historic Granada Theater, a once majestic movie palace. The building offers studio double, 1-bedroom double, and 2-bedroom quad apartments with bathroom and kitchen.
Georgetown Hall is a part of the Kenmore Area, located on the St. Ignatius Community Plaza and Rosemont Avenue. The building is comprised of five person apartments (quints) with full kitchens and two bathrooms. 
Le Moyne Hall is a part of the Winthrop Area, which also includes Fairfield Hall, Spring Hill Hall, and Messina Hall. This former apartment building offers studio-doubles and one-bedroom doubles with a bathroom and kitchenette. 
Marquette Hall is a part of the Kenmore Area, which also includes Canisius Hall, Georgetown Hall, and Marquette South Hall. The building is comprised of studio double and 1-bedroom double apartments, with bathroom and kitchenette.
Marquette South Hall is a part of the Kenmore Area, which also includes Canisius Hall, Georgetown Hall, and Marquette Hall. Remodeled in 2012, Marquette South apartments feature hardwood floors. The building is comprised of studio double, 1-bedroom double, and 1-bedroom triple apartments with kitchen and bathroom.
Messina Hall is a part of the Winthrop Area, which also includes Fairfield Hall, Le Moyne Hall, Spring Hill Hall, Seattle and Xavier Halls. Newly reopened for Fall 2016, this former apartment building offers single and double suite-style rooms with adjoining shared bathrooms.
Regis is located on the south side of the Lake Shore Campus. This building consists of single and double rooms each with a private bathroom. Study lounges, social lounges, and community kitchens are available on each floor. Regis Hall also has a Multipurpose Room on the first floor that students and organizations may reserve.
Santa Clara Hall Santa Clara Hall is part of the Northside Area, which also includes Fordham Hall. The building features 2-bedroom double and 2-bedroom quad apartments with kitchen and 2 bathrooms. Santa Clara Hall also has a large common space and multipurpose room with stunning views of Lake Michigan available for student use.
Seattle Hall is a part of the Winthrop Area, which also includes Fairfield Hall, Le Moyne Hall, Messina Hall,  Spring Hill Hall, and Xavier Hall. Seattle features spacious single, double, and triple apartments with bathroom and kitchenette.
Spring Hill Hall is a part of the Winthrop Area, which also includes Fairfield Hall, Le Moyne Hall, Messina Hall, Seattle and Xavier Halls. Remodeled in 2009, this former apartment building offers studio doubles and one-bedroom doubles with bathrooms and kitchenettes.
 Xavier Hall is a part of the Winthrop Area, which also includes Fairfield Hall, Le Moyne Hall, Messina Hall, Seattle Hall, and Spring Hill Hall. Xavier includes spacious single and double apartments with a bathroom and a kitchenette. Laundry facilities are available in Seattle Hall, which is adjacent to Xavier.

 

Graduate Student Housing
Baumhart Hall Baumhart Hall is located on the Water Tower Campus in the heart of Chicago. The building offers fully furnished apartments with spectacular city views. Baumhart Hall is located directly above the Terry Student Center, where students can access Water Tower Campus Life, the Wellness Center, Ministry Services, a chapel, study space, and a fitness center. Traveling between the Water Tower and Lake Shore campuses is made easy by the LUC intercampus shuttle and the CTA Redline.