Residence and Housing Information
Most singles are approximately 10' x 12' and have little room for additional furniture. All assigned furniture must remain in the room. Since double and triples are larger, limited space for some extra furniture may be available. It is recommended that extra furniture not be purchased until after moving in. Each room has curtains or blinds, bed, closet or wardrobe, desk, chair and bookshelf over the desk. Most rooms have sinks. Rooms in Anselm Hall (men), have air-conditioning.
Residence Hall Floor Plans
Pulte and South Halls consist of four and five bed apartment units. All apartments have two bedrooms, two baths, a kitchen and an unfurnished living room. Apartments are furnished with a bed, desk, chair, bookshelf, and closet for each resident. Air conditioning, window blinds, a range/stove and full size refrigerator are also provided.
Cable service is provided to all resident rooms.
Each student is assigned and is expected to use a Holy Cross e-mail account. A computer lab is available for all students in Vincent Hall. All residence hall rooms are wired for Internet access. Assistance is provided as needed by the Campus Technology Department for configuring personal computers for Internet use. Choosing between laptop or desktop computers is completely up to each student.
Washers and dryers are located on the 1st floors of Pulte Hall & South Hall, and off of the Student Union for Basil, James & Anselm Halls. The facilities are reserved for resident students only.
Residents may view their assigned room in the Holy Cross Portal.
Speakers with subwoofers are not permitted. Headphones are required of all residents possessing stereos and other sound systems.
Residents have the option of utilizing telephone service and voicemail provided by the college, or using their own cell phone service. In either case, all residents must have a registered phone number at which they can be reached. Residents using the college phone system may access long distance service through use of student purchased calling cards.