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Find more information about each of Regis' residence halls below.
Angela Hall is traditionally a first-year residence hall that houses a total of 244 students in primarily double rooms, with a few quads available. Close to the Student Center, Angela is connected to the campus, while still having its own green space and picnic tables.
College Hall is an upper class residence floor in the main building that houses a total of 110 students. College Hall consists of doubles, triples, and quads. Students in College Hall create a unique community as a result of being in a single wide corridor, which promotes community. Living in College Hall allows students convenient access to academic and athletic facilities.
Domitilla Hall houses approximately 180 upper class students in single, double, and triple rooms. The Domitilla Hall lounge is a great place to study with enough table space for groups, but can be transformed into an at-home theater featuring a flat screen TV and many comfortable couches and chairs for relaxation. Domitilla offers a location close to both the library and main academic buildings, as well as the Regis Tower and Grotto.
Maria Hall is an upper class residence hall that houses a total of 177 students between its traditional and suite-style housing; the traditional side is comprised of doubles housing 105 students and the suites are designed as four or six-person suites housing 72 students. Maria Hall is located in the center of campus, adjacent to the campus quad and parallel to the library and Dunkin' Donuts.
St. Joseph Hall is an upper class residence hall that houses approximately 50 upper class and graduate students. St. Joseph hall has two residence floors that consist of single rooms. There is a common area on each floor and a communal kitchen on the second floor. St. Joseph Hall is connected to College Hall and has direct access to the quad.