Residence Life  
 

 

On Campus Housing

 
Regina Area Siena Area Woodward Area
 
Regina Area
The Regina Area is made of one residence hall, Regina Hall, located in the center of campus.  Located next to Regina Hall is the Regina Bowl which has a four hoop basketball court and beach volleyball pit.  The Regina Area is staffed by a full-time professional Area Coordinator and a team of 13 Resident Assistants.  >>Get to know the Regina Staff
 
Regina Hall
Regina Hall
 
Regina Hall
Regina Hall is an all freshman residence hall that houses over 350 students.  Regina Hall is split up into two separate wings, Regina East and Regina West.  Regina East is a three-story all girls wing and Regina West is a four story wing with two all male floors, one female floor and one coed floor.  Each floor in Regina Hall has its own lounge with furniture, laundry facilities, accessible by elevator and the entire building has wireless internet access. Each floor has two Resident Assistants, the exception being First Floor West which only has one, to help build a positive community.
 
On the first floor there is the main lounge which has beverage and candy machines, a ping pong table, pool table, fireplace, couches, tables and a 46 inch flat screen TV with DVD player. The first floor also includes an ice machine, small computer lab and study area with full spectrum lighting for less eye strain while reading. There is a 24-hour front desk for any assistance a student may need.
 
In the basement of Regina Hall there is bike storage and a workout facility with treadmills, bike machines, elliptical machines and two flat screen TVs as well as an open area to do aerobic exercises with wall mirrors.  The Residence Life Office is also located in the basement.
 
Room Amenities
The rooms in Regina Hall are a two room suite style.  You will share a room with your roommate and share a bathroom with your roommate and your suite mates in the adjacent room. In your room you and your roommate will have:
-Two Beds -Two three-drawer dressers
-Two desks with lighted book shelf -Two wardrobes
-Two chairs -One window with vertical blinds
-Two stackable book shelves -Power outlets on each wall and two Ethernet hook-ups (You also have wireless Internet access.)
 
All of the furniture is able to be configured in many different ways and is stackable. To see a preview of how your furniture can stack click here.*
 
In your bathroom there are two sinks with built in cupboards, four towel racks, shower and toilet with stall.
 
*Video does not configure to the dimensions of the rooms at Aquinas College and therefore may not be able to be arranged in certain ways shown in the video. Some of the configurations do not include the wardrobe that you will have in your room for hanging your clothes.
 

 
Siena Area
The Siena Area is made up of three residence halls: St. Joseph the Worker Hall (known better as St. Joes), the Gatehouse and Hruby Hall. St. Joes and the Gatehouse are located on the west side of campus neighboring Wilcox Park. Hruby Hall is located on the north side of campus, connected to Admissions, Student Accounts and the Registrar's office and just a short walk from Regina Hall. The Siena Area is staffed by a full-time professional Area Coordinator and a team of nine Resident Assistants.  >>Get to know the Siena Staff
Hruby Hall
Hruby Hall Hruby Hall is a coed residence hall that houses 70 upperclassmen students. Unlike the traditional halls of St. Joes and Regina, Hruby Hall allows each resident to have their own room. Hruby Hall has three stories with one female floor, one male floor and one coed floor. Each floor in Hruby Hall has its own lounge with furniture, laundry facilities, accessible by elevator, community bathrooms and the entire building has wireless internet access.  All floors have one Resident Assistant to help build a positive community.
 
St. Joseph the Worker Hall (St. Joes)
St. Joseph Hall

St. Joseph Hall houses over 150 freshmen and sophomores, and is located on the west side of

campus neighboring Wilcox Park and St. Thomas Catholic Church. St. Joe's has three floors, one all male floor, one female floor and one coed floor. Each floor has a laundry facility and wireless Internet access. The second and third floors also have lounges that can accommodate approximately 10 people for a small study group or discussion. All floors have two Resident Assistants to help build a positive community.

 

On the first floor there is the main lounge which has beverage and snack machines, ping pong table, pool table, fireplace, couches, tables and two 50" screens for viewing TV or videos, and gaming. The first floor also includes an ice machine, small computer lab and study area with full spectrum lighting for less eye strain while reading.  There is a 24-hour front desk to help students with any needs.

 

In the basement of St. Joe's is bike storage and a group cardio studio. St. Joe's is known for being a tight-knit community.

St. Joseph Hall
 
Room Amenities
The rooms in St. Joes are a two room suite style similar to Regina Hall. You will share a room with your roommate and share a bathroom with your roommate and your suite mates in the adjacent room. In your room, you and your roommate will have:
-Two Beds -Two three-drawer dressers
-Two desks with lighted book shelf -Two wardrobes
-Two chairs -One window with vertical blinds
-Two stackable book shelves -Power outlets on each wall and two Ethernet hook-ups (You also have wireless Internet access.)
All of this furniture is able to be configured in many different ways and is stackable. To see a preview of how your furniture can stack click here.*
 
*Video does not configure to the dimensions of the rooms at Aquinas College and therefore may not be able to be arranged in certain ways shown in the video. Some of the configurations do not include the wardrobe that you will have in your room for hanging your clothes.
 
In your bathroom there are two sinks with built in cupboards, four towel racks, shower and toilet with stall.
 

 
Woodward Area
The Woodward area is made up of seven different buildings on campus including the Ravine Apartment Complex, the Leadership Lane Houses and Dominican Hall. Woodward Area is located on the east side of campus and is a short walk from the Grace Hauenstein Library, the Cook Carriage House and Regina Hall. The Woodward Area is staffed by a full-time professional Area Coordinator and a team of 10 Resident Assistants. >>Get to know the Woodward Staff
 
Dominican Hall
Dominican Hall Dominican Hall is an upperclassmen, coed residence hall that houses approximately 64 students. The set up of Dominican is two floors with two quadrants on each floor with furnished lounges in each quadrant, eight three/four person bedrooms and one two person bedroom along with an RA for each floor. Unlike St. Joes and Regina, Dominican Hall is not a suite style but instead has two community bathrooms for each quadrant, and the two person bedrooms have a bathroom of their own. The first floor also has a main lounge with furniture, TV, DVD and beverage machine. In the basement are the laundry facilities and there are bike racks on the exterior of the building.
 
Willowbrook
Willowbrook Willowbrook House offers upperclassmen students the chance to have an independent living style with the comfort of living in a house on campus. Willowbrook is our newest house to be an on campus living option for students. In the 2011-2012 year Willowbrook residents are a variety of involved leaders on campus with half of the residents serving in the Ambassador position. Willowbrook has a guest room for perspective students. Willowbrook has a fully furnished kitchen,
living room, dining room and bedrooms as well as a basement with storage and laundry facilities.  The house is furnished and has a RA to help build community.
 
Living Learning Communities
Knape Hall The Leadership Lane Houses (Meijer Hall, Knape Hall and Woodcock Hall) offer upperclassmen students the chance to have an independent living style with the comfort of living in a house on campus. The houses area part of the Living Learning Communities and each has its own theme (Meijer Hall is Academic Leadership, Knape Hall is Environmental Leadership and Woodcock Hall is Campus Leadership).  Each house has a fully furnished kitchen, living room, dining room and bedrooms as well as a basement with storage and laundry facilities.  Each home is furnished and has a RA to help build community.
Knape Hall
 
Meijer Hall Woodcock Hall
Meijer Hall Woodcock Hall
 
Ravine Apartments
Ravine Apartment A Ravine Apartment D
The Ravine Apartment Complex at Aquinas College offers upperclassmen the opportunity to live in an on-campus apartment. Aquinas students who choose to live in the Ravine Apartment Community can expect living arrangements that combine the independent living of off campus housing with the conveniences of living on campus. Well-appointed surroundings and a fun, yet respectful, atmosphere are the hallmarks of the Ravine Apartment Community, the most sought-after address on campus.
 
Ravine Apartments: Student Eligibility
The Ravine Apartment Complex comprises of five different buildings; A, B, C, D and E. Apartments A, B and C all have the same floor plan and are a part of the Living Learning Communities each apartment having its own theme (A - Agape, B - Wellness, C - Creative Expressions). Eligibility for residence in the Ravine Apartments A, B and C is extended to all current full-time regular program students of Aquinas College who have attained sophomore status, have lived on campus for one academic year and are in good standing with regards to academics and conduct.
 
Apartments D and E allow students to live in an apartment on campus with the privacy of their own single room. Eligibility for residence in the Apartments D and E is extended to all current full-time regular program students of Aquinas College who have attained junior status, have lived on campus for the previous academic year and who are in good standing with regards to academics and conduct.
 
Ravine Apartments: Services & Amenities
Almost everything you have to pay extra for at off-campus apartments or houses, is included in the eight month lease of your apartment in the Ravine Apartment Community. Services include: cable television, electricity, Internet access, gas, waste/recycling, and water. Each apartment building features: Main entrance electronic access, lighted entry walks and laundry rooms.
 
Each individual apartment features:
Fully carpeted living & bedrooms Dining table with chairs
Sofa, lounge chairs and coffee table Privacy-divided bathroom
Electric range oven 18.0 cubic foot refrigerator
Full size dishwasher Breakfast counter with stools
Spacious closets (featuring the Modular Furnishing System) Beds, chests, desks with chairs, desktop organizers and bookshelves