Loyola University Chicago

Residence Life

Regis Hall

Sister Jean is Regis Hall's most famous resident.

Sarah Kaminski
Resident Director - Regis Hall
Regis Hall 154
Education | B.S.E. Kinesiology-Exercise Science from the University of Arkansas
M.Ed. in Adult and Higher Education from the University of Oklahoma
Connect with me about anything to do with living in Regis Hall, getting involved, general questions, and how to get the most out of your Loyola experience.
Sister Jean (as she likes to be called) is Regis Hall's most famous resident and Chaplain.
She is also the Chaplain for the men's basketball team.
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.

Quick Facts
Hall Type
first year, second year, and transfer; single gender by room
Room Types
single and double rooms with private bath
private in-unit bath (1 per room)
Dining Hall
nearest dining hall located in Simpson Hall
Air Conditioning
Elevator Access
Residential Floors
Winter Break
each student has 1 twin XL bed, 1 dresser, 1 desk, 1 chair
bunkable and loftable, twin XL (85.5"L x 36"W x 36"H)
due to layout, some beds must remain bunked
junior lofts (36") may be available
Front Desk and
24-hour staffed reception desk
ID required for entry
front desk, in-hall laundry,
study lounges and community kitchens on each floor
Regis Hall is located at 6340 N. Winthrop Avenue
This address can be used for locating the hall, food delivery, etc.
No mail, flowers, or packages of any kind are accepted at Regis Hall.
All student mail and packages should be addressed to:
6317 N. Broadway Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660