Traditional Housing Options

The traditional residence halls are designed to provide a focus on community, getting to know a variety of people and developing friendships. There are established standards in place for cooperative living and a supportive learning environment.

Beckman Hall

A coed traditional residence hall at Loras College located on lower campus. Beckman has a rich heritage including the “Morgue” study lounge, Beckman fitness room, movie nights, academic incentive programs such as “Study Bucks” and the house system on each floor which fosters a harmonious community atmosphere.

Beckman Hall consists of primarily first year male and female students, within double occupancy rooms. Each floor has at least one Resident Advisor assigned to help out with the needs to residents. The Resident Advisor is an upper-class student trained to build and foster a community on the floor and in the building.

Accommodations:

  • Kitchen
  • Wireless internet in the hall, along with a network printer
  • Study Basement Room
  • Study Lounge on the first floor
  • Laundry facilities
    • Washers and Dryers
  • Recreation room
    • Pool table
    • Ping pong table
    • Lounge area
Binz Hall

This coed traditional residence hall is located on the lower portion of campus. It hosts primarily second year male and female students. Most rooms are double rooms that share a private bath between two rooms (4 students). However if you want 3 roommates you can choose to live in one of the four Quad Suites. These share a private bathroom between the four roommates.

Each floor has a least one Resident Advisor to assist residents with any concerns or needs. The Resident Advisor is trained to build and foster a cohesive living/learning environment on the floor and in the building.

Binz hosts many events like an active hall council organization, grill outs, craft nights and movie nights. This hall is known for their amazing yearly Haunted House event! Also Binz Bucks is an amazing reward program where residents can get house money for good community members.

Accommodations:

  • Kitchen (includes various cooking and dining supplies, stove, oven, refrigerator and dining table)
  • Study Lounge on each floor
  • Social Lounge with couches and a television
  • Laundry facilities
    • Washers and Dryers
    • Laundry Card operated ($1 per load)
  • Recreation room (ping pong, foosball, piano, workout equipment)
  • Wireless internet in the hall, along with a network printer
  • Resident Advisor office where students can rent items:
    • Tools, vacuum, board games, cleaning supplies, ect.
Rohlman Hall

A co-ed traditional residence hall on campus, that overlooks the Rock Bowl Stadium, and is conveniently located next door to the Graber Sports Center and San Jose Pool.

The Rohlman Hall living community consists of primarily first year residents, and the building consists of single, double, triple, and quad occupancy rooms. Each floor has one Resident Advisor, an upper-class student trained to build and foster a community on the floor and in the building, and address the needs of residents.

Accommodations:

  • Common Area Bathrooms
  • Kitchen
  • Print Center
  • Laundry facilities
    • Washers and Dryers
  • Recreation room
    • Pool table
    • Ping pong table
    • Nintendo Wii
    • Lounge area
    • Exercise Equipment
Visitation Complex

A unique residence hall located on upper campus a few blocks away from Keane Hall. The Visitation is made up of two buildings, South and North. The south building is also home to the Art and Music Departments. The “Vis” has a unique set-up as it is mostly single rooms, with the exception of a few doubles, triples and quads. There is also a 7-person apartment located in the basement of the South Building. Another interesting aspect is that a very diverse population lives in the Visitation, first-years, transfers and upperclassmen.
 

Each of the buildings have Resident Advisors assigned to help out with the needs of the residents. The Resident Advisor is an upper-class student trained to build and foster a community on the floor and in the building.
 
Accommodations:
 
Kitchen on each side of the complex
Study/Lounge area on each side of the complex
Study/Lounge area with TV in each building
Laundry facilities
Washers and Dryers on each floor
Located in community bathrooms
Resident Advisor office where students can rent items:
Tools, vacuum, board games, cleaning supplies, ect.


 

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