Loyola University Chicago

Residence Life

Living Options

Our department strives to provide a diverse selection of residence hall living options as we recognize our students come from all walks of life.  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 by attending floor and community programs.

First-Year Student Housing
Below you will find information on First Year Residence Halls & Transfer Residence Halls, Including our two newest residence halls de Nobili & San Francisco Hall! Both of these new residence halls opened in the fall 2014 Semester. *Please note: 3D floor plans are approximate and may not be true to room size; Window views may not be accurate.
Campion Hall Community bathrooms on each floor, microwave access, study lounges on each floor, staff office.
de Nobili Hall New in 2013, de Nobili Hall houses approximately 200 Students, and also features a 350 seat dining hall! Watch a student-led tour of de Nobili hall.
Mertz Hall Mertz hall has views of Lake Michigan on its upper floors, is right next door to the Damen Student Center, has a computer lab, community kitchen, and traditional style community bathrooms. See a tour of Mertz hall.
San Francisco Hall New in 2013, San Francisco Hall is an integral part of the Center for sustainable urban living.  See a tour of San Francisco Hall.
Simpson Living Learning Center Simpson hall has great community spaces and study lounges, a dining facility, microwave/kitchenette access, and semi-private bathrooms. See a student-led tour of Simpson hall.
Transfer and Upperclass Student Housing
Baumhart Hall Experience contemporary living in fully furnished apartments with spectacular city views, Live in the heart of the city at Pearson and Wabash, two blocks west of Chicago's Magnificent Mile, and steps from CTA bus and el stops, Walk across the street to the Loyola Law Center and Law Library, Quinlan School of Business, University Library and classrooms, and Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA).
Bellarmine Hall  Bellarmine Hall is a five-story residence hall located on the north end of campus and houses approximately 300 students. The building is comprised of apartment-style studio doubles, one-bedroom doubles, one-bedroom triples, as well as 2-bedroom quads. All floors have student lounges with two larger lounges on the bottom floor.
Canisius Hall Canisius Hall is part of the Southside Kenmore Area and houses approximately 70 students. The facility is comprised of apartment-style studio and one bedroom double rooms, including full kitchens.
Fairfield Hall Fairfield Hall is a part of the South Side Winthrop Apartment area.  Of the five buildings in the area, Fairfield Hall is the largest with approximately 140 beds. Rooms in this area vary greatly, with studio doubles, one-bedroom doubles, and quadruple rooms available. Each room has a bathroom, and kitchenette (with a refrigerator and small stove). All rooms have cable television capabilities and high speed wireless/wired internet options.
Fordham Hall Fordham Hall is part of the Northside Apartments area and houses approximately 350 students.  The facility is comprised of apartment-style studio double, one bedroom double, and two bedroom quad rooms, including full kitchens and bathrooms.
Georgetown Hall Georgetown Hall is part of the Southside Kenmore Area and houses approximately 125 students. The facility is comprised of apartment-style quint rooms, including full kitchens.
Lemoyne Hall LeMoyne Hall is part of the South Side Winthrop Apartment area and opened in the fall of 2008. LeMoyne is all studio double and one bedroom double apartments and houses approximately 50 students. Each room has a bathroom, and kitchenette (with a refrigerator and small stove).
Marquette Hall Marquette Hall is part of the Southside Kenmore Area and houses approximately 120 students. The facility is comprised of apartment-style studio doubles, one bedroom doubles, and quad rooms including full kitchens. The hardwood floors and newly renovated kitchens are popular features of Marquette Hall.
Marquette South Hall Marquette South Hall is part of the Southside Kenmore Area and houses approximated 110 students. The facility is comprised of apartment-style studio doubles, one-bedroom doubles, and one-bedroom triples including full bathrooms and kitchens.
San Francisco Hall New in 2013, San Francisco Hall is an integral part of the Center for sustainable urban living.
Seattle Hall Seattle Hall is a part of the South Side Winthrop Apartment area. Seattle Hall consists of studio doubles, one-bedroom doubles, and one bedroom triples with a limited number of singles available, housing approximately 50 students. Each room has a bathroom, kitchenette (with a refrigerator and small stove).
Spring Hill Hall Spring Hill Hall is part of the South Side Winthrop Apartment area. Spring Hill Hall is all studio doubles and one bedroom doubles, housing approximately 50 students on 6 floors. Each room has a bathroom, kitchenette (with a refrigerator and small stove).
Xavier Hall Xavier Hall is a part of the South Side Winthrop Apartment area. Xavier Hall is comprised of singles, studio doubles, one bedroom doubles, and one bedroom triples and houses approximately 50 students. Each room has a bathroom, kitchenette (with a refrigerator and small gas stove).
Santa Clara Hall Santa Clara Hall is part of the Northside Apartments area and houses approximately 200 junior and senior students. The facility is comprised of apartment-style two bedroom quad rooms, including full kitchens and bathrooms. This year, Santa Clara will also offer 4 double occupancy apartments. Santa Clara is one of the closest buildings to the lake in the city of Chicago.
 
Graduate Student Housing
Baumhart Hall Experience contemporary living in fully furnished apartments with spectacular city views. Live in the heart of the city at Pearson and Wabash, two blocks west of Chicago's Magnificent Mile, and steps from CTA bus and el stops, walk across the street to the Loyola Law Center and Law Library, Quinlan School of Business, University Library and classrooms, and Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA).