Upperclassmen & Graduate Residence Halls

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Residence Hall Features and Amenities
The convenient residence hall amenity fee covers the following features:

  • In-room access to the University Wireless Internet
  • Unlimited use of the laundry facilities in each residence hall
  • Microfridge (refrigerator, freezer, and microwave unit) in each room
  • Access to complimentary high definition cable (88 channels)
  • Air Conditioning provided in every Residence Hall

De La Salle Hall

North

De La Salle Hall North in an intensive study hall for students in good judicial standing. De La Salle Hall North, commonly referred to as “D-North” by the students, is composed of 59 single occupancy rooms each measuring 8’4” x 12’ and one double occupancy room on each of the three residential floors. All rooms are air conditioned and equipped with an in-room sink and vanity. A unique feature of this hall is that it is adjoined to De La Salle central, which hosts the Courtyard Café, Mailroom, and Bookstore as well as the College of Education and School of Broadcasting/Journalism.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Traditional style setting
  • Single rooms
  • Co-ed by floor
  • Intensive study hall
  • Rooms include a personal sink
  • Connected to the Courtyard Café, bookstore and mailroom
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, ping-pong table, vending machines, TV, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 58 students
See DeLaSalle North Rooms: [Show Info]


South
De La Salle Hall South, referred to as “D-South” by students, is a co-ed residence hall, males and females separated by floor, which hosts 61 residents. Each room is a double occupancy room measuring 11’8” x 15’4” equipped with a personal sink and vanity. This building is connected to De La Salle Hall North by De La Salle central, which hosts the Courtyard Café, Mailroom, and Bookstore as well as the College of Education and School of Broadcasting/Journalism. De La Salle Hall South shares the largest recreational lounge on campus with De La Salle Hall North.


  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Traditional style setting
  • Double rooms
  • Co-ed by floor
  • Rooms include a personal sink
  • Connected to the Courtyard Café, bookstore and mailroom
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, ping-pong table, vending machines, TV, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 61 students
See RLC: [Show Info]

Austin Mastela
Austin Mastela
RLC of Cody, Ryan, and De La Salle
amastela@lewisu.edu

  • Masters in Business Administration.
  • I wanted to work in Residence Life because i enjoy working and conversing with students. I also love to make new friends, and Residence Life is a great way to do so.
  • I would be Randy Marsh from South Park. I would be him because he is a great dad that knows how to have fun and get into shenanigans. He is awesome.
See RA: [Show Info]


Joseph Brzoska
Major: Computer Science
Minor: Social Media Marketing

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: To become a leader on campus and in the community.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: Vince Vaughn, all his movies are great and he is hilarious



Itzel Santos
Major: Nursing

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I want to be able to be there for residents, to ensure their safety and to make the environment more fun. I like helping people like I was helped by my RLC and RA’s in my freshman hall.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: Emma Watson!!


See DeLaSalle South Rooms: [Show Info]


Dorothy Day Hall

Dorothy Day Hall, the newest addition to the Lewis University campus, is located on the far south end of campus. Housing 130 residents, this four story sectional living community is unique because it offers Living Learning Communities for students sharing common majors. Living Communities include, but are not limited to, Intense Study, Alcohol-Free Living and Academic Major. This residence hall is co-ed by section. A lounge with TV as well as laundry and full-service kitchens are found on each floor; the main floor lounge also has a billiards table. Seven study lounges are available throughout the building for the residents’ use. The Dorothy Day lower level houses Conferencing and Events offices.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Suite-style living
  • Single and double rooms
  • Co-ed by section
  • Academic, intense study and substance-free learning communities available
  • Building amenities include common lounges, pool table, vending machines, TVs, kitchens and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 125 students
See RLC: [Show Info]

Jay Garay-Salazar
Jay Garay-Salazar
RLC of Dorothy Day, Mother Teresa, and Pope John Paul II Halls
jgaraysalazar@lewisu.edu

  • I am getting my Master's in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management.
  • I wanted to become a Residence Life Coordinator because I had worked for Residence Life for about a year as a student worker. Therefore, I was able to see firsthand the change that this position can make in people's lives and I wanted to be a part of that positive change.
  • A cartoon character I would be is Blossom from the Powerpuff Girls.
See RA: [Show Info]


Margaret Gotsch
Major: Aviation Maintenance Management

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: Help younger students transition to college while honing my leadership skills.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: Zoey Deschanel, because she is a strong fun loving woman who is constantly evolving and looking forward to the next challenge in life.


John A. Kegaly III
Major: Computer Science w/ a concentration in Cyber Security Operations

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I have always wanted to better serve my fellow students, faculty, and staff while being able to expand my skills and provide for others a role that benefits the whole community

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: Tom Hanks

See Rooms: [Show Info]


Fitzpatrick Hall

Fitzpatrick Hall features single and double occupancy rooms in a sectional style setting. Six residents occupy one section and share a common bathroom with six residents of another section. A unique feature of Fitzpatrick Hall is that residents enter their section through an outdoor balcony. This residence hall is co-ed by floor. The hall lounge provides a full service kitchen, pool table and TV. An outdoor courtyard has stationary grills and picnic tables available to residents. Fitzpatrick is connected to Common Grounds; a 24 hour/ 7 day a week convenience store and lounge.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Suite-style living
  • Single and double rooms
  • Co-ed by section
  • Connected to the Common Grounds Convenience Store
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, vending machines, TVs, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 165 students
See RLC: [Show Info]

Gabe Williams
Gabe Williams
RLC of Fitzpatrick
gwilliams8@lewisu.edu

  • I am getting my Master's in Aviation Transportation
  • Residence Life seemed like a fitting department for me because I was a resident at Lewis, so I have an idea of the job insisted of.
  • If I were a cartoon character I would be Scooby Doo because he always comes through when it counts.
See RA: [Show Info]


Phillip Leibham
Majors: Sports Management and Data Science

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I wanted to become a Resident Assistant to be involved in student’s life on campus.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: I would want Steve Carell to play me in a movie about myself because he is such a clown, he laughs at his own jokes harder than anyone else does.



Julia Schaefer
Major: Marketing and business management

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I wanted to become a resident Assistant so that I could be more involved on campus, and get to know more students. I also really wanted to help students get involved in activities on campus.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: If I had to choose an actress to portray me in a role I would have to say Tina Fey, because she is classy yet funny.



Zanetta Quagrainie
Major: Nursing

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: Why you wanted to become a Resident Assistant: I wanted to find an outlet to give back to the Lewis community and help foster the same fun and welcoming environment that I experienced when I was a resident. My previous RA's helped me develop into a better student and person, and I hope to emulate the same positivity, kindness, and compassion that they showed me onto other students.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: What actor/ actress would play you if a movie was being filmed about your life and why?: Shonda Rhimes would write the script because she is a creative genius, Skai Jackson would play the younger me because shes sassy and her hair is popping, and Tika Sumpter would play a majority of my life because she is a beautiful and talented dark-skinned woman (she was also on my favorite soap opera One Life to Live). Lastly, Oprah Winfrey would play the older me because I aspire to be a wealthy boss like her, and because she loves bread.



Semaj Robinson
Major: Nursing

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I wanted to become a Resident Assistant because I know how important it is to feel comfortable in your environment. I want to foster the personal and social development of each and every person as well as the community. College should feel like a home away from home, and that's what I want to provide for my residents.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: I would want Taraji P. Henson to play me because I love her personality and every movie she's been in. She seems very genuine. Behind the scenes, she's always laughing and playing around, but when it's time for her to take her role, she jumps right in.


Mother Teresa Hall

Mother Teresa Hall offers single and double occupancy rooms in a sectional style setting; six residents sharing a common bathroom. This residence hall is co-ed by section. Lounges with TV and study areas, as well as laundry and full-service kitchens are found on each floor; the main floor lounge includes a billiards table. The Mother Teresa Hall lower level houses the Center for Health and Counseling as well as several classrooms.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Suite-style living
  • Single and double rooms
  • Co-ed by section
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, vending machines, TV, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 95 students
See RLC: [Show Info]

Janna Eudave
Janna E.
RLC of Dorothy Day, Mother Teresa and Pope John Paul II
eudaveja@lewisu.edu

  • I will be receiving my MBA in Project Management.
  • What first drew me to work in Residence Life was the opportunity to contribute to the personal, and professional growth development of undergraduate students. I believe it is a vital department on campus with plenty of resources and I hope to work as a lesion for students.
  • If I were a cartoon character I would be Rigby and Mordecai from Regular Show because they're my complete opposite but are so goofy!


Jay Garay-Salazar
Jay Garay-Salazar
RLC of Dorothy Day, Mother Teresa, and Pope John Paul II Halls
jgaraysalazar@lewisu.edu

  • I am getting my Master's in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management.
  • I wanted to become a Residence Life Coordinator because I had worked for Residence Life for about a year as a student worker. Therefore, I was able to see firsthand the change that this position can make in people's lives and I wanted to be a part of that positive change.
  • A cartoon character I would be is Blossom from the Powerpuff Girls.
See RA: [Show Info]


Amanda Heimdal
Major: Nursing

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: To create a community in the residence halls, so living on campus can be both safe and fun.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: Tina Fey




Whitcliffe Roberts

Major: Aviation Maintenance Management

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I wanted to become a Resident Assistant because I would like to generate a respectful and friendly aura on campus, much like what I've experienced myself.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: If an actor could play me in a movie, I would choose either Will Smith, or Idris Elba, because they're both very cool role models and just all around good guys.

See Rooms: [Show Info]


North Hall

North Hall has suite style living where two double and two single rooms share a semi-private lounge and kitchenette. Hosting over 170 residents, this three story residence hall has abundant lounge spaces including a multipurpose room, conference room, full-service kitchen/game room and fireside sitting room. This residence hall is co-ed by floor. North hall is located in the center of campus, a convenient walk to any academic building, making this hall attractive to all majors.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Suite-style living
  • Single and double rooms
  • Co-ed by section
  • Kitchenette and common living space within each section
  • Building amenities include common lounges, pool table, vending machines, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 172 students
See RLC: [Show Info]

Erika Toress
Erika Toress
RLC of North Hall
etorres3@lewisu.edu

  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Living on campus all four years of my undergrad helped me develop so many friendships and was a place that I felt completely at home; I'd like to help other people have a similar experience.
  • Muffy Crosswire (from Arthur)
See RA: [Show Info]


Bailey Ferris
Major: Nursing

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I wanted to become a Resident Assistant in order to reach different people in different ways and always be there for Lewis' residents!

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: I think Emma Watson should play me in a film about my life because I have looked up to her my whole life.



Adam Sadek
Majors: Aviation Flight Management and Air Traffic Control

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I wanted to become an RA because I wanted to be a resource people can use when they have problems. I really like helping people and being an RA would give me plenty of opportunities for that.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: Chris Pratt. Besides us looking similar every time I see him in a movie or TV show his silliness and playful always gets reflected in his character and I feel that would embody me accurately.



Kaitie Daniels
Major: Biology

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I became a RA because I wanted the opportunity to form genuine relationships that would allow me to make a difference, even a small one, in the lives of my residents. I want to create an environment for my residents where they can feel safe, have fun, and be successful.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: I would want for Jennifer Aniston to play me in a movie based on my life.



Nick Berron
Major/Minor: Major in Aviation Administration and Minor in Practical Dispatch

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: To be a mentor and resource to my fellow students.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: Greg Sestero


See Rooms: [Show Info]


Pope John Paul II Hall

Pope John Paul II offers single and double occupancy rooms in a sectional style setting; six residents sharing a common bathroom. This residence hall is co-ed by section. Lounges with TV and study areas, as well as laundry and full-service kitchens are found on each floor; the main floor lounge includes a billiards table. The Pope John Paul II lower level houses offices for student media organizations as well as classrooms for the communications department.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Suite-style living
  • Single and double rooms
  • Co-ed by section
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, vending machines, TV, kitchens and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 95 students
See RLC: [Show Info]

Janna Eudave
Janna E.
RLC of Dorothy Day, Mother Teresa and Pope John Paul II
eudaveja@lewisu.edu

  • I will be receiving my MBA in Project Management.
  • What first drew me to work in Residence Life was the opportunity to contribute to the personal, and professional growth development of undergraduate students. I believe it is a vital department on campus with plenty of resources and I hope to work as a lesion for students.
  • If I were a cartoon character I would be Rigby and Mordecai from Regular Show because they're my complete opposite but are so goofy!


Jay Garay-Salazar
Jay Garay-Salazar
RLC of Dorothy Day, Mother Teresa, and Pope John Paul II Halls
jgaraysalazar@lewisu.edu

  • I am getting my Master's in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management.
  • I wanted to become a Residence Life Coordinator because I had worked for Residence Life for about a year as a student worker. Therefore, I was able to see firsthand the change that this position can make in people's lives and I wanted to be a part of that positive change.
  • A cartoon character I would be is Blossom from the Powerpuff Girls.
See RA: [Show Info]


Shatavia Freeman
Major: Nursing

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I wanted to be a Resident Assistant because it is fun getting to know people all around campus such as who they are, what their majors are and their life goals. Also it is exciting making events for them because it helps them take breaks away from the school life and have some fun. Being a Resident Assistant also helps me develop my leadership skills and I could use those to influence others and be a role model.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: I would choose Dascha Polanco not only because she is gorgeous, but because she is a very strong actress and she really gets into character and she would play me well if there was a filmed about my life.



Jennifer Glynn
Major: Social Work
Minor: Sociology

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: The reason that I wanted to become a resident assistant was because I saw what other RA’s were doing here on this campus and I knew it was something that I wanted to be a part of. I want to be there for the people who need me and give back to a school that has given me so much.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: In a movie I would have Meryl Streep play me, because my dream role in a show is to be the Witch in Into the Woods and she played the part absolutely amazing! She's a queen!

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Ryan Hall

Ryan Hall is located on the southeast corner of campus next to Cody Hall and directly in front of the softball diamond. Ryan Hall has recently been renovated, giving it a new fresh look for its 59 residents. It accommodates single occupancy living and offers a personal sink in several rooms. This three floor building is co-ed by floor.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Traditional style setting
  • Single rooms
  • Co-ed by floor
  • Many rooms include a personal sink
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, foosball table, vending machines, TV and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 58 students
See RLC: [Show Info]

Austin Mastela
Austin Mastela
RLC of Cody, Ryan, and De La Salle
amastela@lewisu.edu

  • Masters in Business Administration.
  • I wanted to work in Residence Life because i enjoy working and conversing with students. I also love to make new friends, and Residence Life is a great way to do so.
  • I would be Randy Marsh from South Park. I would be him because he is a great dad that knows how to have fun and get into shenanigans. He is awesome.
See RA: [Show Info]


Allison Heinzer
Majors: Special and Elementary Education

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I want to help the residents on campus have the best college experience they can get!

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: Amy Poehler, the role she plays in Parks and Rec defines my personality.



Larissa Barnat
Major: Graphic Design

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I became an RA to develop a sense of community among residents as members of a floor, residents of a hall, and active participants in the residence life system.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: If an actor portrayed me in a movie, it would be a comedy of Steve Carell in a wig.


See Rooms: [Show Info]


St. Charles Borromeo

Northwest Tower

St. Charles Borromeo Northwest Tower is located on the north end of campus. This unique Residence Hall is often referred to as the Upperclassmen Living Experience. 4 to 5 Residents occupy a section in this sectional style setting. This residence hall is co-ed by section. Lounges with TV and study areas, as well as laundry and full-service kitchens are found on each floor. St. Charles Borromeo Northwest Tower is connect to the Flight Deck dining facility, College of Business, class rooms, and the Convocation Hall.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Sectional-style living
  • Co-ed by section
  • Connected to the Flight Deck dining facility, College of Business, Convocation Hall
  • Building amenities include common lounge, pool table, vending machines, TV, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 54 students
See Northwest Tower Rooms: [Show Info]


South

St. Charles Borromeo South Hall lies on the North end of Campus. This Resident Hall is a traditional style setting, co-ed by floor, which features double occupancy rooms housing 52 upperclassmen residents. Unique to this Hall, each room is equipped with a couch, coffee table and a larger micro-fridge. In addition, St. Charles Borromeo South Hall is home to the E-Sports living community. Members of the E-Sports club, along with other Residents, live together and utilize the updated technology. This hall’s lounge provides a full service kitchen, laundry, and TV. St. Charles Borromeo South is connected to the Flight Deck dining facility, College of Business, class rooms, and the Convocation Hall.

  • Upperclassmen hall
  • Traditional style setting
  • Double rooms provided with a couch, coffee table and larger micro-fridge
  • Co-ed by floor
  • Connected to the Flight Deck dining facility, College of Business, Convocation Hall
  • Home to the E-Sports club
  • Building amenities include common lounge, updated technology, vending machines, TV, kitchen and laundry
  • Total occupancy: 52 students
See RLC: [Show Info]

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Kaelen Evon
Major: Organizational Communications

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I wanted to become a Resident Assistant in order to be a part of promoting community among our students.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: I would love to have Emma Watson play me in a movie because she is a strong female role model in everything she believe in and accomplishes...plus, she has the best British accent ever.



Justin Fortes
Major: Physics
Minor: Math

Q: Why did you want to become a Resident Assistant?
A: I became an RA because the RAs my freshman year helped me come out of my shell, and I would like to do the same.

Q: Who would you want to play you, if a movie was made about your life?
A: Jared Leto because he is able to convey a roller-coaster of emotions and he's also musically talented


See South Rooms: [Show Info]