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Frank J. Sensenbrenner Hall

Sensenbrenner Hall is a coeducational living option. The hall houses approximately 180 students and is located in the heart of the campus, between the Ray Van Den Heuvel Family Campus Center and Michels Commons.

Building Features
Sensenbrenner’s lower level is home to the Blessed Sacrament Chapel (where Vince Lombardi used to pray before Green Bay Packer football games) which is available for student use. The lower level also offers a lounge with comfy couches, a TV, a laundry room and a full kitchen. 

Education majors favor this hall because of its close proximity to the St. Norbert College Children’s Center, located in the building’s lower level.

This residence hall requires a residential meal plan based on your housing year classification.

Each room is furnished with:

  • Two loftable beds
  • Two closets
  • Two dressers
  • Two desks and chairs
  • Full-length mirror
  • Curtains

Loftable Beds 

Each student is provided with the necessary bed pieces to completely assemble a loftable bed in their room. Each loftable bed set has a sleeping surface (bedframe), mattress and four bedside pieces.

All the pieces needed to loft a bed are provided. A mallet may be needed to adjust the height of the beds, these will be provided during move-in. Tours are provided during the first-year orientation program to look at the loftable beds.

Refrigerator and Microwave

These appliances are not provided in the the room, and the college does not have a rental program. Students need to provide their own refrigerator or microwave. Please reference our what to bring page.

Each room includes wireless internet. Please see the ITS Service Desk page for more details.

The Sensenbrenner Hall staff consists of six resident assistants and one community assistant. All positions are live-in.
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