Santa Clara Hall
Santa Clara Hall is named after Santa Clara University, a Jesuit institution of higher education located in northern California. Santa Clara University was founded in 1851 as Santa Clara College and is the oldest operating institution of higher education in the state. Though it was originally founded by the Society of Jesus as a preparatory school, it became The University of Santa Clara in 1912. In 1961, the University became the first co-educational Catholic university in California, and after deciding to limit the enrollment in the 1970's to preserve the character of the campus, became Santa Clara University in 1985.
Santa Clara was rehabbed and re-opened in 2008. The facility is comprised of apartment-style two bedroom quad rooms, including full kitchens (refrigerator, stovetop, oven, and microwave) and two full bathrooms. Laundry facilities are located on the first floor. Santa Clara is one of the closest buildings to Lake Michigan in the city of Chicago and boasts breathtaking lake views.
|Street Address||1000 W. Loyola Ave.|
|Bathrooms||Private Bathrooms in apartment|
|Dining||No dining facility located in building, however students have access to all dining halls and campus markets|
|Room types||Two Bedroom Quads, Two Bedroom Doubles (limited)|
|Front Desk||24-hour monitored and staffed security desk; ID entry required|
|Beds||Bunkable**, extra-long twin beds 85.5”L x 36”W x 36”H|