Designed for first- and second-year students, Spring Hall features single and double suite-style rooms. It also has classrooms, a conference room, study rooms, floor lounges, a "living room" with kitchen and a large meeting space.
About Spring Hall
|Address:||11 North Spring Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63108|
|Amenities:||Classrooms, a conference room, study rooms, floor lounges, a "living room" with kitchen, a large meeting space|
|Additional special features:||Chapel and outdoor amphitheater|
|Room types:||Single and double rooms; suite-style|
|Bathrooms:||Semi-private. Residents of the suites share a bathroom.|
|Dining:||Students can stroll down to Grand Dining Hall for meals or choose to dine at the Billiken’s Lair located in Fusz Hall.|
|Parking:||Rockhurst and Gonzaga parking lots, Laclede Garage|
|Population:||Up to 454 first- and second-year students on eight floors. Single-gender suites on mixed-gender floors.|
|Residence Hall Coordinator:||To Be Hired, Office: 314-977-6693
Assistant Director John "JJ" Janulis, email@example.com, 314-977-2811
|Visiting Restrictions:||Students living in any University-managed residence halls or apartments may check in guests at the front desk between the hours of 7 a.m. and 2 a.m., Sunday through Thursday or 7 a.m. to 4 a.m., Friday and Saturday. Guests must be checked in and escorted by their host at all times.|
|Special Hours:||Spring Hall remains open over Thanksgiving, winter and spring breaks.|
|Trivia:||Spring Hall is built to LEED silver standards. The building was constructed with at least 20 percent recycled and 20 percent regional materials. The position of the building maximizes sun exposure for daylight harvesting.|
What's in the Room?
- Extra-long twin beds with 9" memory foam mattress
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