Living in Basil Moreau Hall

Built in 2003, this hall was named after Blessed Basil Moreau, founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross. 

Basil Moreau Hall is a co-ed community located across from the Ragsdale Center. About 130 freshmen live in a variety of floor plans, including double rooms with two students sharing a bathroom and double-suite rooms with four students sharing a bathroom. This hall features several gathering spaces that are perfect for studying, relaxing and socializing, including a computer lab, a kitchen, and a game room complete with a ping pong table and television.

Basil Moreau Casitas

Available to upperclassman residents, the Basil Moreau Casitas offer townhouse-style living. Each two-story Casita suite is fully furnished, and features five private bedrooms and two shared bathrooms. Residents have access to the laundry facilities, gamerooms and study lounges in Basil Moreau Hall.

Basil Moreau Hall and the Moreau Casitas are supported by live-in Resident Assistants (RAs) and a Residence Director. If you have questions or need assistance while living in this residence hall, please contact Basil Moreau Hall staff.