Residence Information

Female Residence Halls

James Hall

James Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st Floor Floor Plan
2nd Floor Floor Plan
3rd Floor Floor Plan

James Hall is home to 44 women including two RAs, and it consists of 42 singles and 2 doubles. Most singles are approximately 10′ x 12′ and have little room for additional furniture. All assigned furniture must remain in the room. Each room has a bed, closet or wardrobe, desk, chair, and bookshelf over the desk. Most rooms have sinks.

There are large lounges located on the second and third floors that provide space for studying, relaxing, and regular hall events. James Hall is perfect for residents who wish to be part of a close-knit community while also having their own space for sleep and study.

North Hall

North Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st and 2nd Floor Plans

North Hall is home to 68 women including two RAs. Every room is a double-occupancy room and a bed, closet, desk, chair, and bookshelf over the desk for each resident. The rooms only have a limited amount of extra space for additional furniture, it is recommended that extra furniture not be purchased until after moving in. Every room also will has a sink, and residents will be able to control their own AC and heating.

With multiple lounges and televisions, a fireplace, laundry facilities, a study space, and prayer and reflection room, all located within the building, North Hall is a welcoming environment and quickly becomes a home-away-from-home for its residents.

Male Residence Halls

Anselm Hall

Anselm Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st Floor Floor Plan

Anselm Hall is home to 33 men, including one RAs, and consists of single, double, and triple-occupancy rooms. Singles will have little room for additional furniture. Since double and triples are larger, limited space for some extra furniture may be available, but it is recommended that extra furniture not be purchased until after moving in. Each room has a bed, closet or wardrobe, desk, chair, and bookshelf over the desk for each resident. Most rooms have sinks, and all rooms are air conditioned.

Basil Hall

Basil Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st Floor Floor Plan
2nd Floor Floor Plan
3rd Floor Floor Plan

Basil Hall is home to 62 men, including three RAs, and consists of single and double rooms. Singles will have little room for additional furniture. Since doubles are larger, limited space for some extra furniture may be available. It is recommended that extra furniture not be purchased until after moving in. Each room has a bed, closet or wardrobe or chest of drawers, desk, chair, and bookshelf over the desk for each resident. Most rooms have sinks.

The residents are all part of the “Basil Brotherhood,” and enjoy signature events like ping pong tournaments and game watches for major sporting events.

Pulte Hall

Pulte Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st Floor Floor Plan

Pulte Hall is home to 23 men, including two RAs, and consists of four-bed apartment units. All apartments have two bedrooms, two baths, a kitchen and an unfurnished living room. Apartments are furnished with a bed, desk, chair, bookshelf, and closet or wardrobe for each resident. Air conditioning, window blinds, a range/stove and full size refrigerator are also provided.

Residents of Pulte also share the building with the St. Joseph House on the second floor, the on-campus residence of the Brothers of Holy Cross working at the college and young men discerning the call to religious life. Click here to read about residents’ experiences in their own words.

South Hall

South Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st Floor Floor Plan
2nd Floor Floor Plan

South Hall is home to 46 men, including two RAs, and consists of four-bed apartment units. All apartments have two bedrooms, two baths, a kitchen and an unfurnished living room. Apartments are furnished with a bed, desk, chair, bookshelf, and closet for each resident. Air conditioning, window blinds, a range/stove and full size refrigerator are also provided.

Co-ed Apartment Housing

University Edge

Apartment Floor Plan
Apartment Locations

University Edge is an off-campus apartment complex located one mile from Holy Cross College. Holy Cross leases one building from University Edge, and subleases the apartment units directly to students. The apartments are four-bedroom units, and all Holy Cross College apartments are located together to building a community off campus. More information about the fully-furnished apartments can be found on University Edge’s website. Housing with Holy Cross at University Edge include ten meals per week in the dining hall and a shuttle pass.