Roers Hall is a freshmen women’s residence situated in front of Welder Library and was built in fall 2016. It features two-bedroom suites with shared bathroom facilities – housing 284 women. There is a community space on each floor. On the second floor, there is a community kitchen. The laundry facility is on the first floor.

Suite Style | First-Year Women 

Resident Population: 284


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

Room Details

  • Single or double occupancy
  • Twin XL bed
  • Dresser
  • Closets
  • Desk lamp
  • Desk & chair
  • Wastebasket
Architectural floor plans for a suite in Roers Hall.
Room Type Cost
Single Room Occupancy $3,770
Double Room Occupancy $1,885

Saint Scholastica Hall 

A portion of the third floor in Roers Hall is for upperclasswomen living within the community of Saint Scholastica. This residence life community is for women who desire to live in community and grow in faith. The women in this hall support each other in virtuous living through study, prayer, service to others, and recreational activities.

Saint Scholastica features eight two-bedroom suites with shared bathroom facilities – housing 16 women. In addition, Saint Scholastica has its own chapel.

Roers Hall residents participate with residence life staff in planning community activities and developing standards to support, build, and strengthen community life. The women who choose to live in this community, and meet eligibility requirements discussed in the "Eligibility Requirements" section below, will experience a supportive and virtuous environment that will balance study, prayer, service, and recreation.

Eligibility Requirements  (Saint Scholastica Wing)

  1. Be enrolled as a full-time student (minimum of 12 credits per semester)
  2. Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5
  3. Maintain a student conduct level at or below a Level 2

Applicants must demonstrate a sincere desire to grow in faith and holiness. Aspiring to be a positive and active member of the community, an applicant of Saint Scholastica will need to express her commitment to growing in the virtuous life through example, a written application, and an interview.