Loyola University Chicago

Conference Services

de Nobili Hall


Built in August 2014, de Nobili Hall is one of Loyola's newest residential housing options and Silver-LEED certified. Named after Roberto de Nobili, S.J. (1577–1656), who was an Italian Jesuit and related to two popes, he joined the Society of Jesus after hearing numerous stories about the adventures of missionaries.

Building features include two-story entertainment lounges, four study lounges, and two community kitchens with a full size refrigerator, stove top and oven. Laundry facilities and dining hall are also available in the building.

Quick Facts
Street Address 6350 N. Kenmore Ave.
Bathrooms Semi-private community style
Population Approximately 200
Dining 350 seat de Nobili Dining located in the building on main floor
Room types Singles and doubles
Air Conditioning Yes
Elevators Yes
Floors 4
Front Desk 24-hour monitored and staffed security desk; ID entry required
Beds Bunkable and loftable, extra-long twin beds 84”L x 41”W x 29”H