Fedigan Hall

Located on the southwestern edge of the main campus, adjacent to Tolentine Hall and the Center for Engineering Education and Research, Fedigan is three-story residence hall that houses a mix of 115 sophomore men and women in double room accommodations. 

Built in 1929, Fedigan is named for former University President, Rev. John J. Fedigan, OSA, a visionary leader who initiated one of the University's largest building campaigns in the late 1890's.  Fedigan Hall was renovated in 2009 using eco-friendlytechnologies and received a Silver LEED certification (Leadership inEnergy Efficient Design).

Building Information

  • Wireless Internet
  • Cable Television
  • Air Conditioning
  • Laundry Room on first floor
  • Lounge on first floor
  • Harwood Floors (rooms)
  • Carpeted Floors (hallway)

Room Information

Standard Furnishings  

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 desks with bookshelf
  • 2 desk chairs
  • 2 wardrobes (includes drawers)

Double Room

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Fedigan Hall - Room

 

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Click Below for Building Floor Plan

* Fedigan Hall Floor Plan.pdf
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