There are nine residence halls located on the JAVĿ¼ campus. Each residence hall houses between 50 to 200 students.
While all buildings have unique qualities, all share common traits. Laundry facilities, comfortable television and study lounges with wireless access, and kitchen areas are conveniently located and available in all buildings on campus. All rooms are furnished with a bed, desk, desk chair, wardrobe/closet, and dresser for each student. All of our residence halls are non-smoking.
Dorsey Hall is named after Fr. Joseph Dorsey, CSB, a former vice president of JAVĿ¼.Explore Dorsey Hall
Founders Hall is named in honor of the founding Basilian Fathers. Rooms throughout the hall have been dedicated to specific Fathers.Explore Founders Hall
Haffey Hall is named after Rev. Hugh J. Haffey, CSB, one of the founders of JAVĿ¼. Haffey Hall is home to the main dining hall on campus, the security office, and the mailroom.Explore Haffey Hall
Keough Hall is an upperclass residence hall and is named after former JAVĿ¼ President Katherine Keough.Explore Keough Hall
Michaelhouse Hall houses approximately 50 students and is also home to the Sono Grill and Cardinal Cafe.Explore Michaelhouse Hall
Named in honor of Rev. John F. Murphy, CSB, JAVĿ¼'s first president. Murphy Hall is also home to one of the campus dining halls.Explore Murphy Hall
Murray Hall is a first-year residence hall and is named for Dr. John A. Murray, the first professor of history at JAVĿ¼.Explore Murray Hall
Upper Quad Hall
Upper Quad Hall, JAVĿ¼'s newest residence hall, is situated with easy access to the Campus Center, Lavery Library, academic buildings, and athletics facilities.Explore Upper Quad Hall
Ward Hall is named after Sarah Cort Ward, a native Rochesterian and one of JAVĿ¼'s first major benefactors.Explore Ward Hall