Loyola University Chicago

Residence Life

de Nobili Hall

de Nobili Hall is named for Roberto de Nobili, a Jesuit missionary.
Take a virtual tour of spaces in de Nobili Hall.  The rooms filmed in these tours are typical of the spaces provided but actual room layout and configuration may vary.

de Nobili Hall features a two-story entertainment lounge, four study lounges, and two community kitchens. de Nobili Dining Hall is located on the ground level and offers a late night dining option for all residents.

Quick Facts

Hall Type

first year, single gender by floor

Room Types


double and triple traditional rooms


community kitchens in lounges


semi-private community style

Dining Hall

de Nobili Dining Hall located on first floor

Air Conditioning

yes; Forced air, thermostat controlled

Elevator Access


Residential Floors


Winter Break

open to those who register (additional fee may apply)


each student has 1 bed, 1 dresser, 1 desk, 1 chair


bunkable and loftable, twin XL (84"L x 41"W x 29"H)

due to layout, some beds must remain bunked


junior lofts (36") and high lofts (64") may be available 

certain limitations may apply. 

Front Desk and


24-hour staffed reception desk

ID required for entry


front desk, study lounges on all floors, two community

kitchens, recreation lounges, laundry

de Nobili Hall is located at 6350 N. Kenmore Avenue

This address can be used for locating the hall, food delivery, etc.

No mail, flowers, or packages of any kind are accepted at de Nobili Hall.


All student mail and packages should be addressed to:


6317 N. Broadway
Chicago, IL 60660