Saint Scholastica Hall
Saint Scholastica Hall for women is a residence life community for women enrolled at the University of Mary who have the desire to live in community and grow in faith, character, and holiness. The women in this hall support each other in virtuous living through study, prayer, service to others, and community-based activities.
Located on the third floor of Roers Hall, Saint Scholastica features two-bedroom suites with shared bathroom facilities, a community room, and a chapel on the floor. Members participate in weekly community nights, one retreat per semester, regular spiritual direction, and commit to regular reception of the Sacraments.
The women who chose to live in this community, and hence meet eligibility requirements discussed in the “Eligibility Requirements” section, will experience a supportive and virtuous environment that will balance study, prayer, service, and recreation.
Suite Style | Upperclasswomen
Resident Population: 33
- Be enrolled as a full-time student (minimum of 12 credits per semester)
- Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5
- 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.
- Free laundry
- Wired internet
- Wifi access
- Air conditioning
- Elevator access
- Computer labs
- Community lounges
- Community bathrooms
- Twin XL bed
- Desk lamp
- Desk & chair
Residence Director, Rector for Saint Scholastica Hall
I am a Residence Director for Roers Hall and the rector for Saint Scholastica Hall. I live in Roers with my husband and three children. As the Residence Director, I interact with students on a regular basis through programming, on-call evenings, dining at the Crows Nest and taking care of Roers Hall. I love the the views from the University of Mary hill but love the people even more. For my family and I, the university is our home and our community and we love to share it.