Loyola University Chicago

Residence Life

Living Options

The Department of Residence Life provides a variety of living options to meet the needs of students with various backgrounds and interests. Although we provide similar amenities in each building, students are encouraged to shape their own living experience by meeting regularly with their Resident Assistant, attending community meetings, and attending floor and community programs.
 
An overview of all of our living options is below; click the links to explore more.
Please note that 3D floor plans and tours on hall pages are approximate and may not be true to room size.
 
First Year Buildings

 

Campion Hall is home to the Loyola University Chicago Honors Program with faculty offices on the first floor.
de Nobili Hall features a two-story entertainment lounge, four study lounges, and two community kitchens. 
Mertz Hall is the largest building on the Lakeshore Campus and the largest residence hall. Mertz is connected to Centennial Forum and stands 19 stories tall with a community lounge and kitchen on the second floor. 
Regis Hall is located on the south side of campus and offers traditional rooms with attached bathrooms. 
San Francisco Hall is LEED certified. Eco-friendly features regulate heat and air to keep rooms comfortable. 
Simpson Hall is located at the corner of Sheridan and Winthrop. All floors have two social and study lounges. 
Upper Class and Transfer Buildings

 

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Baumhart Hall is located on Water Tower Campus in downtown Chicago, offering apartments with city views.
Bellarmine Hall is located north of Lake Shore Campus and offers on-campus convenience with an off-campus feel.
Canisius Hall is part of the Kenmore area on the south side of campus and offers apartment-style units.
Fairfield Hall is part of the Winthrop Area on the south side of campus and offers apartment-style units.
Fordham Hall is located on the west side of Lake Shore Campus on North Sheridan Road and offers stunning views of Loyola and Lake Michigan.
Georgetown is part of the Kenmore Area on the south side of campus and offers five person apartments.
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International House is located on Winthrop Avenue and offers suite-style units. International House is operated by the Office of International Programs but is open to all students after sophomore year.
LeMoyne Hall is part of the Winthrop Area on the south side of campus and offers apartment-style units.
Marquette Hall is part of the Kenmore Area on the south side of campus and offers apartment-style units.
Marquette South Hall is part of the Kenmore Area on the south side of campus and offers apartment-style units.
Messina Hall is part of the Winthrop Area on the south side of campus and offers suite-style rooms with shared bathrooms.
Regis Hall is located on the south side of campus and offers traditional rooms with attached bathrooms. 
Santa Clara Hall is located on Loyola Avenue on the north side of campus and offers stunning views of Lake Michigan.
Seattle Hall is part of the Winthrop Area on the south side of campus and offers apartment-style units.
Spring Hill Hall is part of the Winthrop area on the south side of campus and offers apartment-style units just steps from the CTA Granville Stop.
Xavier Hall is part of the Winthrop Area on the south side of campus and offers apartment-style units.
Graduate and Law Student Housing
Baumhart Hall is located on Water Tower Campus in downtown Chicago, offering apartments with city views.