Living OptionsSt. Norbert College offers a variety of living options for students throughout their four years on campus. Students are charged varying amounts depending on the location they live in during the academic year. Costs vary by living option.
*Living in one of the residence halls requires a residential meal plan based on class standing.
**Denotes a hall available for, but not limited to, first-year students.
Residence HallsBergstrom Hall
Bergstrom Hall is a coeducational hall located next to the Fox River on the north side of campus. Housing a total of 80 students, the hall is also home to first-year students who are enrolled in the St. Norbert College Honors Program.
Burke Hall, named after the second president of St. Norbert College, is located on the south side of campus along the banks of the Fox River. The four-story coeducational hall houses 203 students. The building boasts colonial style architecture and a lounge for quiet socializing and studying.
Madelaine/Lorraine Hall (Mad/Lor) is a coeducational hall that houses 191 students. Men live in Madelaine, the west wing of the building, while women live in Lorraine, the east wing of the building. The building is joined by a common first-floor lobby and a shared basement housing a recreation room, study lounges and laundry facilities.
Frank J. Sensenbrenner Hall is a lively and enriching community comprised of 180 first-year women with diverse backgrounds and interests. With a traditional-style living arrangement, including double rooms and a community bathroom, the women of Sensenbrenner have many opportunities to build lasting relationships. The women who call Sensenbrenner home are compassionate and motivated people and assist in making Sensenbrenner a warm and inviting hall.
Mary Minahan McCormick Hall (MMM)
Mary Minahan McCormick Hall (MMM) offers six floors of suite-style housing. Four students share a suite made up of two rooms connected by a private bathroom. MMM contains one large newly renovated study lounge, located on the first floor of the hall.
Michels Hall consists of 14 suite-style rooms each housing eight students. Each suite consists of four bedrooms, a shared bathroom and living area. Residents of Michels Hall participate in the hall service program.
Victor McCormick Hall (VMC)
Victor McCormick Hall (VMC) is a three-story coeducational hall available to students with a sophomore standing or above. VMC contains a central open courtyard and suite-style rooms. Four students occupy each suite which consist of a study and living area, bedroom and private bathroom. The basement offers a large study room and a recreation area with a dart board, pool table and television.
Upperclass Living AreasAll Upperclass areas are open during J-term.
The Carriage House consists of three two-person apartments and four four-person apartments. Each apartment consists of a full-size kitchen, a living room and a dining area in addition to the bedrooms. The Carriage House remains open during campus breaks.
28 college houses are available to upperclass students. Each house has a different number of rooms, but all are furnished with a stove, refrigerator, beds, desks, desk chairs and dressers for the residents. The college is responsible for repair work and yard maintenance. Residents are responsible for utilities (charged directly to the residents’ student accounts), telephone services and snow removal.
Doksany Hall has 15 single rooms available for female students. All bedrooms are carpeted and include access to the internet access and digital/HD cable TV service.
There are 14 multi-level Townhouses available to upperclass residents. Each unit has three bedrooms, a dining area, living area, two bathrooms, a full-size kitchen and a shared balcony that overlooks the Fox River. Air conditioning, internet access and cable television are also available to Townhouse residents.
Gries Hall offers upperclass students apartment-style accommodations with four single bedrooms in each apartment. Containing 36 four-person apartments, Gries Hall houses a total of 145 students. The major common areas of Gries Hall include a first floor common lounge, a second floor fitness center, laundry room, meeting room and a third floor reflection lounge. Second and third floor apartments have a 11 and a half month lease. First floor apartments have 9 month leases.
Prémontré & Xanten Halls
Prémontré and Xanten Halls are apartment-style halls that offer both four-person and two-person living options, housing a total of 154 students. Each apartment has two bedrooms, a open-concept living/dining/kitchen area, a dishwasher, a garbage disposal, a built-in microwave and a gas fireplace. Air conditioning, internet access and cable television are also available to residents. All apartments have a 11 and a half month lease.
Roggenburg Hall has six single and two double bedrooms available for a total of 10 male residents. All single rooms have built-in shelving and cupboards along with internet and digital/HD cable TV service.
Hugh Hall is an option for upperclass residents. Residents will be able to choose between three different types of rooms: single rooms with individual bathrooms, suites with two single rooms and a shared bathroom, or double rooms with a single bathroom – all located on the second floor. This hall also offers a common lounge, a common kitchen area with two cooking/refrigerator stations, central air conditioning, internet access and cable television.