Overview of North Hall

North Campus Residence Hall is one of the original campus buildings designed by Marcel Breuer that gave Mary College its own campus in 1968. In the past, it provided an opportunity to house male students in addition to the women who lived in Boniface Hall at CHI St. Alexius Health. North Hall is connected to University Hall and the Harold J. Miller Center. It is currently an all-male hall.

Traditional Hall | Men 

Resident Population: 289


  • Free laundry
  • Wired internet
  • Wifi access
  • Mailbox
  • Elevator access
  • Computer labs
  • Community lounges
  • Community bathrooms

Room Details

  • Twin XL bed
  • Dresser
  • Closet
  • Desk & chair
  • Wastebasket
  • Sink and mirror
The architectural floor plans for a room in North Hall.
Room Type Cost
Single Room Occupancy — Renovated $3,448
Single Room Occupancy $3,040
Double Room Occupancy — Renovated $1,724
Double Room Occupancy $1,520
Double to Triple — Renovated $1,520
Triple Room Occupancy — Renovated $1,663
Triple Room Occupancy $1,459
Triple to Quad – Renovated $1,311
Quad Room Occupancy — Renovated $1,515
Quad Room Occupancy $1,311

Residence Director

Steven Hutzenbiler, MA

Residence Director for North Hall

I have worked in a few positions at the University. I was the Residence Life GA for the past two years. I also taught a section of English Composition during Block B of the summer semester. I love the University of Mary because of how much it has helped me learn about God, the Church, the human race, and the world. I love the University because it has been home to me for six years, and even before then, it felt like home because it was considered as such by my mother.