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O'Hare Hall (2000)

O'Hare Hall (2000)

Population: Upperclassmen

Named after former University president Joseph O'Hare, S.J., Rose Hill's newest residence hall opened in August 2000. The air-conditioned, three-wing, five-level complex, made up of 13 neighborhoods houses 550 students. The majority of the bedrooms are doubles, and there are a significant number of singles and a few triples. Each double and triple bedroom has a private bathroom and single bedrooms share a private bathroom located between two rooms. 13 community lounges, equipped with living room furniture, kitchenettes and a TV and VCR, 7 quiet study lounges, 4 seminar rooms and 1 Common Room, which accommodates 350 people, are located throughout the residence hall. Air-conditioning is available for a few weeks after opening and at the end of the academic year.

Wellness Housing is located on the 5th floor of the North wing. The residents each sign a contract promising to live in an alcohol/tobacco free environment within the Wellness community. Wellness housing offers a wide range of social, educational, physical and spiritual programs. Also in O'Hare Hall:

Counselling & Psychological Services
Disability Services
Facilities & Engineering (FACE)
Student Health Center

Office of Residential Life


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