The residence hall will be deep cleaned during Winter Break. All residents must be completely moved out of the hall by Monday, December 21, 2020 or 24 hours after their last final. All personal belongings must be removed from the hall to accommodate deep cleaning.
The Office of Residence Life is committed to education that develops the whole person. This approach promotes the intellectual, spiritual, cultural, and ethical development of all residential students.
Living in community as a resident student calls forth creativity, exploration of one’s ideas, values and personal growth. The mission of Residence Life is to provide residential students with a living and learning environment that is safe, engaging, and equipped with qualified staff that promote a positive on-campus experience.
The vision is for every resident student to thrive in this living and learning environment, growing in their relationship with others and embracing the concept of living a balanced life while building community. What we believe:
- In maintaining a physical environment that is clean, modern, and accessible for student activities and day to day living.
- Creating an environment that is peaceful, where students are challenged to discuss and respect differences.
- Respecting yourself will allow you to respect others and produce meaningful interactions and relationships.
Contact the Assistant Director of Residence Life at firstname.lastname@example.org
The dorm rooms, bathrooms, showers and kitchens in St. Josaphat Hall were renovated this summer!
Dorm room entry
Dorm room side view