As a four-year residential college, St. Norbert strives to provide students with a variety of options for quality living on campus.

Transfer Student Living Options

The costs for transfer student living options are listed online.

Dennis M. Burke Hall
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.

Frank J. Sensenbrenner Hall
Sensenbrenner Hall is the only all female residence hall on campus. Sensenbrenner also houses the Children’s Center and the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.

Madelaine/Lorraine Hall
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.

Mary Minahan McCormick Hall
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
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
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.