Loyola University Chicago

Residence Life

de Nobili Hall

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de Nobili Hall is named for Roberto de Nobili, a Jesuit missionary.

Niecy Riley
Resident Director
773.508.8826
de Nobili Hall 113
Education | B.A. Psychology from Northern Illinois University
M.S. Higher Education from Kaplan University
 
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Caressa Nguyen
Assistant Resident Director - de Nobili Hall
773.508.8828
de Nobili Hall 117
Education | B.A. Human Development, B.A. International Studies from UC San Diego
M.Ed. Higher Education Student Affairs at Loyola University Chicago (May 2017)
 
Connect with me about anything to do with living in de Nobili Hall, getting involved, general questions, and how to get the most out of your Loyola experience.

de Nobili Hall 3D room layout

*Please note: this rendering shows a closet, however the actual piece of furniture is a free standing armoire.

Opened in Fall 2013, de Nobili Hall features a two-story entertainment lounge, four study lounges, and two community kitchens. de Nobili Dining Hall is located on the ground level and offers a late night dining option for all residents.

Quick Facts
Hall Type first year, single gender by floor
Room Types single and double traditional rooms
Bathrooms semi-private community style
Dining Hall de Nobili Dining Hall located on first floor
Air Conditioning yes
Elevator Access yes
Residential Floors 4
Winter Break closed
Furniture each student has 1 twin XL bed, 1 dresser, 1 desk, 1 chair
Beds
bunkable and loftable, twin XL (84"L x 41"W x 29"H)
due to layout, some beds must remain bunked
Lofting junior lofts (36") and high lofts (64") are available
Front Desk and
Access
24-hour staffed reception desk
ID required for entry
Amenities
front desk, study lounges on all floors, two community
kitchens, recreation lounges, laundry
de Nobili Hall is located at 6350 N. Kenmore Avenue
This address can be used for locating the hall, food delivery, etc.
No mail, flowers, or packages of any kind are accepted at de Nobili Hall.
 
All student mail and packages should be addressed to:
 
[STUDENT NAME]
6317 N. Broadway Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660