Located on South Campus, Good Counsel Hall traditionally houses 240-265 male and female residents in double and converted triple rooms.
Constructed in 1969, Good Counsel was originally built to provide housing for women immediately following the University's transition to co-education in 1968. Until the construction of Stanford Hall in 1971, the building existed in relative isolation on the southern edge of the campus.
Standard Double Room Furnishings
Tripled Room Furniture
Closets do not have doors. Students often bring tension rods with curtains or shower curtains to block view of closet from the rest of the room. Closet door openings are 72".