Residence Halls

Residence Halls at the University of Dallas

All full-time undergraduates at the University of Dallas fall under the mandatory residency requirement.

First Year Halls

All incoming freshmen are placed in standard double rooms with a roommate in one of our 'traditional' halls. The halls are directly supervised by Resident Assistants (RA's) and Residence Coordinators(RC's), who report to the Director of Residence Life.  Late applicants may be placed in triple or quad rooms should double rooms no longer be available.
ALL halls and rooms are non-smoking.
The following is a description of each residence hall.

Jerome Hall: This all female hall was renovated in 1998. The average room size is 13 ft 2 in x 16 ft 9 in. Each double room is equipped with two desks, two over the desk hutches with built-in light, two regular twin size beds, two closets, and two dressers located inside the closets, a wash basin with storage space beneath, a medicine cabinet and limited book shelving.

Theresa Hall: This all male hall was renovated in 2000. The average room size is 13 ft 2 in x 16 ft 9 in. Each double room is equipped with two desks, two over the desk hutches with built-in light, two regular twin size beds, two closets, and two dressers located inside the closets, a wash basin with storage space beneath, a medicine cabinet and limited book shelving.

Augustine Hall: This all female hall consists of one floor of residents on the second floor as university offices occupy the first floor. It was renovated in 1995. Residents share one common corridor and one common bathroom facility. The average room size is 11 ft. 7 in x 16 ft. Each double room is equipped with two desks, a bookshelf, two regular twin size beds, two closets, and two dressers located inside the closets, a wash basin with storage space beneath, a medicine cabinet.

Madonna Hall: This all male hall was renovated in 1999. The average room size is 11 ft 4 in x 16 ft 4 in. Each double room is equipped with two desks, two over the desk hutches with built-in light, two regular twin size beds, two closets, and two dressers located inside the closets, a wash basin with storage space beneath, a medicine cabinet and limited book shelving.

Gregory Hall: This female hall was renovated during the summer of 2014.  The average room size is 11 ft 7 in x 16 ft 8in. Each double room is equipped with two built in desks and shelves, two regular twin size beds, two closets, and two dressers located inside the closets, a wash basin with storage space beneath, a medicine cabinet and limited book shelving.

O'Connell Hall: This hall was renovated summer of 2010.  It consists of double rooms and single rooms.  Based upon campus population housing needs for any given year, this hall may house new students, continuing students or a combination of both by floor if necessary.  The average room size is 11 ft 10 in x 18 ft 6 in (Double) and 11 ft 4 in x 11 ft 4 in (Single).  Each double room is equipped with two desks, a bookshelf, two regular twin size beds, two closets, and two dressers located inside the closets, a wash basin with storage space beneath and a medicine cabinet. Single rooms (limited availability for upperclassmen or for those with medical need) contain one desk, bookshelf, one regular twin size bed, one closet with enclosed dresser, a wash basin with storage underneath and a medicine cabinet.

Amenities: 'Traditional' Halls

Although designed differently, each 'Traditional' Undergraduate Residence Hall has the following basic elements:

Two common bathroom facilities (one per floor), a lounge/TV area, a laundry room with washers and dryers, and a kitchen facility.

Amenities: Rooms in 'Traditional' Halls

All 'Traditional' Undergraduate Residence Hall rooms have:

Standard twin-size (39"x76") bed(s), desk(s), chair(s), closet and drawer space for each resident, wash basin with storage space beneath medicine cabinet, limited book shelving, window blinds, carpeted rooms.

Upperclassmen Housing

Clark Hall was designed for upperclassmen and opened on campus the Spring of 2010.   Click HERE for further information.

Student Apartments
Only continuing undergraduate upperclassmen meeting certain criteria qualify to live in the on-campus student apartments. Applications are only accepted during Housing Registration Week each April for the upcoming academic year. Participation in a meal plan is optional for apartment residents. While basic furniture is provided, apartment residents are responsible for the setup and monthly payments of electric accounts. Telephone land lines are an optional expense for residents. Cable TV is available for direct purchase from Time Warner.

Food Service

All residents living in any undergraduate residence hall are required to participate in the meal plan program.  No refunds for partial use are permitted. Participation in a residential meal plan is optional for Student Apartment residents. Student Apartment residents may also purchase commuter meal cards directly from the cafeteria. 

During the summer sessions only one meal plan option is available for residents. Meals are not available during Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and Spring breaks.  Click HERE to find out more about our dining services.

Student Affairs Contact

Current and prospective students with questions about the Residence Halls can contact the Student Affairs office at 972-721-5323 or at studentaffairs@udallas.edu


Housing for Non-Students 

It is the policy of the University of Dallas to first house currently enrolled students who fall under the undergraduate residency requirement on campus and then undergraduates who do not. This policy also applies during the summer for individuals seeking temporary housing due to summer internship programs with local businesses.  We do not house anyone who is not an enrolled student at the University of Dallas.

Organizations seeking contracted group accommodations during the summer for summer camps, workshops, etc. should contact the Event Scheduling Coordinator at 972.721.5123 or by email here.

 

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