Gwynedd-Mercy College has four residence halls – Alexandria Hall, Siena Hall, St. Bridgid Hall and Loyola Hall. Accommodations range from traditional residence hall living to suites. All but Loyola Hall are air-conditioned. Handicapped-accessible units are available.
Alexandria Hall, Gwynedd-Mercy College's fourth building for residential living, was completed in January 2006. This new three-story building offers three different types of social accommodations and a total of 204 beds. Each floor has three study lounges and a social lounge, as well as laundry facilities and a community kitchen. Handicapped-accessible units are located on each floor. There is parking to accommodate 100 cars, and a security desk at the building's entrance.
Completed in August 2001, Siena offers suite-style living quarters and semi-private bathrooms with sink and vanity. The rooms are spacious and are furnished with modern, modular furniture. A unique feature of Siena Hall is the presence of full kitchen facilities on each floor.
St. Brigid Hall
Completed in January 2000, St. Brigid offers suite-style living quarters in doubles and triples, and semi-private bathrooms with sink and vanity. The rooms are spacious and are furnished with modern, modular furniture. A unique feature of St. Brigid Hall is that it is the base for the Office of Campus Safety and Security.
The first residence hall at Gwynedd-Mercy College, Loyola is popular among students for its spacious wardrobes, two-story lounges, and its strong sense of community. The three-wing complex consists of - double rooms.
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|St. Brigid Hall, Siena Hall|
Suite with Living Room