Loyola University Chicago

Conference Services

Simpson Hall


Simpson Hall is named after William B. Simpson and his wife, Marilyn M. Simpson, both great contributors and supporters of Loyola University Chicago. As a result of their continuous and generous support, the Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) also has a lecture room named after Mr. and Mrs. Simpson. The Simpsons were also honored with the Honorary Loyola Alumni Award in the 1980's.

Simpson Hall opened in 1991 and is centrally located at the corner of Sheridan and Winthrop. All floors have two lounges complete with cable TV, DVD players, and furniture. Residents have access to 8 kitchens throughout the building, complete with a stovetop, oven, and sink. Rooms, lounges, and hallways are carpeted. Laundry facilities are located in the building. Each room has a unique layout different from other rooms on the floor.

Quick Facts
Street Address 6333 N. Winthrop Ave.
Bathrooms Semi-private; shared by suitemates
Population Approximately 400
Dining Simpson Dining is located on the ground floor of the building as well as a small market
Room Types Singles (limited), Doubles, Triples (limited)
Air Conditioning Yes
Elevators Yes
Residential Floors 4
Front Desk 24-hr monitored and staffed security desk; ID entry required
Beds Bunkable**, extra-long twin beds 85.5"L x 36"W x 36"H