Bergstrom Hall is a coeducational hall, located on the north side of campus overlooking the Fox River. Housing a total of 80 students, Bergstrom remains one of the smallest Residence Halls on campus, housing first year students in the Honors Program.
Burke Hall, named after the second president of St. Norbert College, is located along the banks of the Fox River. The four-story coeducational hall houses the largest number of first year students. The building boasts colonial style architecture and a lounge with a fireplace for quiet socializing and studying.
Madelaine/Lorraine Hall (Mad/Lor) is a coeducational hall divided down the center. Men occupy the west side of the hall (Madelaine) and women reside in Lorraine, the east side. Madelaine and Lorraine are joined by a common first-floor lobby and a shared basement housing a recreation room, study lounges, and laundry facilities.
Sensenbrenner Hall is the only all female residence hall on campus. Sensenbrenner also houses the Children's Center and the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.