Sophomore, Junior, Senior and Graduate Student Housing

Sophomore, Junior, Senior and Graduate students have 15 residence halls to choose from to create their best living environment. 

 

These choices include Suite Style Housing for sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students residing in singles, doubles and triple room configurations.    

While juniors, seniors and graduate students who wish to reside in our Townhouse Apartment Style housing select between double and triple room configurations. Sophomores are not eligible to reside within townhouses.   

 

Aquinas Hall

Aquinas Hall

Aquinas Hall houses both first-year and upperclass students. It is a suite style building, in which four rooms of students share one bathroom. It is composed of single, double, and a few triple rooms. The hall housed sophomore men for 40 years, and was the original birthplace of the 1959 photo booth stuffing that appeared in Life magazine and the opening credits of the TV program Happy Days. Aquinas is one of two halls with an elevator.

Michael E. Ageno Hall (Ageno A) Michael E. Ageno Hall (Ageno A)

 

Michael E. Ageno Hall, commonly known as Ageno A, is located in the canyon. The hall is named in memory of Michael E. Ageno, a member of the class of 1963 and son of college patron, Edward S. Ageno. The second-year residence hall is suite style in design, accommodating six students per suite. Each half-suite has a double room and a single room with a shared vanity, sink, small refrigerator, and microwave. The suites are connected by a toilet and shower and each room contains one built-in dresser and a lockable closet. Each room has independent heating controls.

Marjorie David Ageno Hall (Ageno B)

Marjorie David Ageno Hall (Ageno B)

Marjorie David Ageno Hall, commonly known as Ageno B, is named in memory of Marjorie David Ageno, wife of college patron Edward S. Ageno. The second-year residence hall is suite style in design, accommodating six students per suite. Each half-suite has a double room and a single room with a shared vanity, sink, small refrigerator, and microwave. The suites are connected by a toilet and shower and each room contains one built-in dresser and a lockable closet. Each room has independent heating controls.

Ferdinand & Camille Ageno Hall (Ageno C)

Ferdinand & Camille Ageno Hall (Ageno C)
 

Ferdinand & Camille Ageno Hall, commonly known as Ageno C, was named after Edward S. Ageno's parents. The second-year residence hall is suite style in design, accommodating six students per suite. Each half-suite has a double room and a single room with a shared vanity, sink, small refrigerator, and microwave. The suites are connected by a toilet and shower and each room contains one built-in dresser and a lockable closet. Each room has independent heating controls.

Claeys Hall North

Claeys Hall North.

The second-year residence hall is suite style in design, accommodating six students per suite. Each half-suite has a double room and a single room with a shared vanity, sink, small refrigerator, and microwave. The suites are connected by a toilet and shower and each room contains one built-in dresser and a lockable closet. Each room has independent heating controls. Claeys North has its own basketball court and backyard, with a barbeque.

Claeys Hall South

Claeys Hall South.

The second-year residence hall is suite style in design, accommodating six students per suite. Each half-suite has a double room and a single room with a shared vanity, sink, small refrigerator, and microwave. The suites are connected by a toilet and shower and each room contains one built-in dresser and a lockable closet. Each room has independent heating controls.   The Legacy Garden is located just outside Claeys South.

Becket Hall

Becket Hall.

Becket Hall is on the hill above Justin Hall, and currently houses second-year students and the Lasallian Living Learning Community. Each suite is comprised of three double bedrooms, one bathroom, and a common living space. Each bedroom contains one large built-in dresser for two users and two lockable closets. DTA boxes are provided in the bedrooms only. Each suite has one central heating control. Becket shares a laundry room with More Hall. At the time of its construction, Becket Hall was the College's first residence to feature apartment-style living.

More Hall

More Hall.

More Hall was built in 1967 on the hill above Justin Hall, overlooking the central campus, and currently houses second-year students. More features suites comprised of three double bedrooms, one bathroom, and a common living space. Each bedroom contains one large built-in dresser for two users and two lockable closets. DTA boxes are provided in the bedrooms only. Each suite has one central heating control. The hall shares its laundry room with Becket Hall.

 

 

 

Upper Townhouses

The two upper townhouses, located at the top of the hill, each have their own beautiful courtyard area, lounge and laundry room.

Ageno East

 

Edward S. Ageno Hall East, better known by its short name Ageno East, is found at the top of the hill with a breathtaking view of the campus. Each suite in this hall for juniors and seniors accomodates five to six students in double rooms and triple rooms. Apartments are equipped with a full bathroom, living room/common area, full kitchen, and basic furniture. The hall has its own courtyard space, suitable for barbeques and other gatherings. Ageno West is also home to the Santiago Living Learning Community.

Ageno West

Edward S. Ageno Hall West, better known by Ageno West, houses juniors and seniors in townhouses not far from the cross on the hill. This upperclassmen hall accomodates five to six students in double rooms and triple rooms. Apartments are equipped with a full bathroom, living room/common area, full kitchen, and basic furniture. The hall has its own courtyard space, suitable for barbeques and other gatherings. 

 

Lower Townhouses

Six lower townhouses, located near the Joseph Alioto Recreation Center, each have access to a beautiful courtyard area, barbeque area, and laundry room.

Freitas Hall

Freitas Hall was built in 1973, and is named for Edward W. Freitas, the brother of townhouses benefactor Judge Carlos Freitas '27. Apartments are equipped with a full bathroom, living room/common area, full kitchen, and basic furniture.

Guerrieri East Hall

Guerrieri East is one of the two halls built in 1981, partly through the generosity of the estate of Lewis Guerrieri. The hall shares a basketball court and barbeque pits with Guerrieri West. Apartments are equipped with a full bathroom, living room/common area, full kitchen, and basic furniture.

Guerrieri West Hall

Guerrieri West is one of the two halls built in 1981, partly through the generosity of the estate of Lewis Guerrieri. The hall shares a basketball court and barbeque pits with Guerrieri East. Apartments are equipped with a full bathroom, living room/common area, full kitchen, and basic furniture.

Sabatte Hall

The Sabatte townhouse was built through the generosity of Fran Sabatte '36 and Raymond Sabatte '45, who named the building for their parents. Apartments are equipped with a full bathroom, living room/common area, full kitchen, and basic furniture.

Syufy Hall

Raymond Syufy '40, founder of Century Theaters and original benefactor of the townhouses, named Syufy Hall for Pauline Syufy, his mother. Apartments are equipped with a full bathroom, living room/common area, full kitchen, and basic furniture.

Thille Hall

Thille Hall was named for Albert J. Thille, brother of Mary Thille. Mary was one of the four original benefactors of the Saint Mary's townhouses and the benefactress of the reconstrcted De La Salle quad. Apartments are equipped with a full bathroom, living room/common area, full kitchen, and basic furniture.

 

Example Pictures of Townhouse Interior

Typical townhouse common area:

 

 

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Typical townhouse double room: