Residence Halls

Residence Halls

First-Year Residence Halls

Living in a residence hall with other first-year students allows you to build your own community and find the special support you need during your first year of college.

St. Mary Hall

St. Mary Hall, the largest residence hall on campus, has numerous amenities including study and TV lounges, computer labs, laundry facilities and a kitchen. The Library and student center are close and fitness facilities in the Butler Center are just a 10-second dash across the street. Learn more »

Crandall Hall

Crandall Hall is a small, quiet building of double and single rooms. The building houses approximately 55 first-year students on three floors. The building is named for 19th-century women's rights activist Prudence Crandall and features newly decorated lounge areas and a newly remodeled kitchen. Learn more »

Stanton Hall

Stanton Hall is an identical twin to Crandall Hall, housing about 55 first-year students in double and single rooms. The building's kitchen and lounge areas were recently renovated. Stanton is close to Butler Center and Coeur de Catherine and is connected to Crandall with a heated, above-ground walk-way. Learn more »

Upper-Class Residence Halls

Living on campus means your friends and fellow students are always around the corner — ready to study, meet for coffee or attend an event. And you'll never have to worry about traffic, bad weather or how you'll get to school — because you'll be here already.

Old Main (Minneapolis Campus)

Housing for Minneapolis students is available in Old Main. Our beautiful single room accommodations are open to both women and men taking classes on the Minneapolis campus.

Caecilian Hall

Originally the music building, Caecilian Hall offers elegant interior spaces including a fourth-floor "Sky Lounge" and newly renovated community space on the first floor The building features single, double and triple rooms. It is located at the north edge of the Quad, a short walk from many campus buildings and attractions. Learn more »

Susan Schmid Morrison Hall

One of the two newest residence halls at St. Kate's, Susan Schmid Morrison Hall opened in 2007. The building, adjacent to the Library and Coeur de Catherine, offers a mix of apartments with full kitchens and suites with kitchenettes. Both options are fully furnished and have two bathrooms. The building also features air conditioning, computer labs and numerous study and TV lounges. Learn more »

Henrietta Schmoll Rauenhorst Hall

Brand new in 2007, Henrietta Schmoll Rauenhorst Hall offers spacious and fully furnished four-person suites. The building is connected to Morrison Hall through the Visitation Commons and offers plenty of amenities including computer labs, multiple lounges and full community kitchens on each floor. The building is close to Coeur de Catherine and the center of campus. Learn more »

Carondelet Hall

Built in 1912, Carondelet originally served as the Novitiate for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Today this building service multiple purposes - conference meeting spaces, administrative office, and now St. Catherine University housing. Students living on the third floor will enjoy the beautiful, classic features of this historic building along with the amenities students come to expect from St. Kate's. Learn more »

Apartments

St. Kate's offers apartment living that strikes the perfect balance of convenience and independence.

Sister Alberta Huber Apartments

The Alberta Apartments house upper-class students and student-parents. Units are available with one or two bedrooms and one or two bathrooms. All apartments are air-conditioned, fully furnished and housing fees include all utilities. Learn more »

Sister Georgia Morrison Apartments

The Georgia Apartments offer upper-class students one- or two-bedroom units that are fully furnished and air-conditioned. Housing fees include all utilities. Learn more »