Marguerite Hall

More than 270 first- and second-year students live in suite-style rooms on seven floors in Marguerite Hall.

Most floors in Marguerite Hall have a community kitchenette and lounge. You’ll find students studying in "The Mug" — Marguerite Hall’s meeting room, and Career Services offers walk-in hours for students with questions regarding résumés, job search, cover letters, etc.

Marguerite Residence Hall

About Marguerite Hall

Address: 3811 West Pine Mall, St. Louis MO 63108
Amenities: Central air conditioning, Wi-Fi, cable, on-site laundry, community kitchenettes, 24-hour security desk, community lounges, study and meeting room. Bike storage outside of building.
Additional special features: Chapel
Room types: Double rooms; suite-style
Bathrooms: Semi-private. Two rooms share one bathroom.
Dining: The closest option is the Billiken’s Lair located in Fusz Hall for lunch and dinner. (Students may use meal swipes from 5 to 10 p.m.)
Parking: Regis parking lot, Laclede Garage
Population: Single-gender rooms on mixed-gender floors
Residence Hall Coordinator: Jeff Godowski, jeff.godowski@slu.edu, 314-977-2976
Visiting Restrictions: Opposite-sex guests may not visit during the hours of 1 to 7 a.m. Sunday through Thursday or 4 to 7 a.m. Friday and Saturday. All guests must be checked in at the front desk and escorted by their host at all times.
Special Hours: Marguerite Hall is open during the summer and over Thanksgiving, winter and spring breaks.
Trivia: Marguerite Hall was Saint Louis University's first residence hall for women. It became the University's first co-ed residence hall in 1971.

Floor Plans

Double Deluxe

Marguerite Hall Double Deluxe

Room Includes:

Bed: 38"W x 86"L
Dresser: 36"W x 24"L x 30"H
Wardrobe: 36"W x 24"L x 72"H
Desk: 42"W x 24"L x 30"H
Chair: 18"W x 18"L x 32"H

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What's in the Room?

  • Twin beds with 9" memory foam mattress
  • Desks
  • Dressers
  • Wardrobes

Learning Community: Micah

The Micah Learning Community is made up of two distinct sections, one co-ed and one specifically for women. Both focus on service, academics and faith. Students fulfill two core course requirements in special fall Micah sections, interact and serve with older Micah students who are mentors or community night leaders, and serve at established Micah service sites in the city.

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