Living in Jacques Dujarié Hall
Jacques Dujarié Hall opened in August 2005. The hall was named after Father Dujarié who founded two religious orders, the Sisters of Providence and the Brothers of St. Joseph. The order of brothers later merged into the Congregation of Holy Cross.
Jacques Dujarié Hall, located adjacent to Ragsdale Center, is a co-ed facility that houses about 150 freshmen. Residents 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 a meditation room, computer lab, community kitchen and on-site residence mailboxes. Jacques Dujarié Hall is also home to the Honors Living Learning Community.
The Jacques Dujarié Casitas
Available to upperclassman residents, the Jacques Dujarié Casitas offer townhouse-style living. Each Casita suite is fully furnished, and features five private bedrooms and two shared bathrooms. A shared kitchen and community living room are at the center of both the male and female Casita buildings. Residents have access to the laundry facilities, game room, front desk, and mail in Jacques Dujarié Hall
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Jacques Dujarié Hall and the Dujarié Casitas are supported by live-in Resident Assistants (RAs) and a Residence Director. If you have questions or need assistance while living in this community, contact the Jacques Dujarié staff.