West Hall exterior

West Hall

Residents: Students in all years

West Hall is a three-story residence hall with close access to the Student Center, Main Café, the St. John Francis Regis Chapel and Main Hall. It is most noticeable for its comfortable suite-style living, allowing four residents to share a private bathroom and shower conjoining two double-occupancy rooms. The hall also a 24-hour kitchen facility available to residents.  

This building is staffed by front desk staff throughout the day as well as Resident Assistants and Peer Ministers. 


West Hall
Residence Director

Thomas Scearce

Room Description

Rooms in West Hall are 11’10x 21’7. Two students occupy each room, with two rooms sharing a private bathroom for suite-style dorm living. 

Building Highlights

  • A three-story building populated by upperclass students
  • Co-ed by suite
  • Each suite shares a bathroom with two sinks, two vanities, one toilet and shower
  • Each room accommodates two students with a shared walk-in closet and with two desks, chairs, shelves, chests of drawers and twin-XL beds, which are adaptable as bunk beds
  • Computer lab and study room located on 3rd floor with a printer for student use
  • 24-hour lounge/game room located on 2nd floor
  • Heating and AC unit in each room
  • Internet and phone outlets in each room
  • Furnished lounges with Flat Screen TV and cable located on each wing on every floor. Also located in each lounge is a kitchenette.
  • Free laundry facilities located on the 3rd floor, equipped with LaundryView web application (viewing of washer/dryer availability from your room)
  • Fully functional community kitchen on the 1st floor is available to all residents


West Hall Double Room



The West Hall staff includes six Resident Assistants, one Peer Minister, several Desk Assistants, and a Senior Staff member. Additionally, there is one Residence Life Coordinator, a full-time professional staff member who lives and works in West Hall. The residence hall staff works together to promote educational, social, and cultural development of Regis students. All staff members are trained in referring residents to the appropriate resources on campus, proving to be a great ongoing resource for all residents. The staff also acts as role models to promote campus involvement, resident hall community, and faith development.