Moore Hall will not be available for the 2020-2021 Housing Selection Process.
Moore Hall (previously Overbrook Hall) is named after Rev. James Moore, S.J. The University acquired this facility, which was originally a maternity hospital constructed by the Salvation Army, in 1989 and converted it into a co-ed residence facility. The University's Office for Facilities Management is housed on the first floor .
Moore Hall is a co-ed residence facility with anywhere from 1 to 4 students reside in Moore’s spacious rooms.
- Lounges and Study Areas
- Air conditioning in all student rooms
- Fitness Center
- Basic cable television service included
- 24-hour security desk
- Building wide wireless & ethernet network access
- University meal plan required*
- Laundry facilities
- Vending Machine
* Students may choose from the following meal plan options: Unlimited Access Plan, 12-meals-per-week Plan, or 8-meals-per-week Plan.
Life In Moore
Moore Hall offers students private bathrooms and spacious rooms. Students can also enjoy spacious study spaces and a large gym in this renovated historical hospital. Students also have a shuttle service stop and train station right next to their building for quick access to central campus or downtown.
A Hawk Perspective
“Moore Hall is a very nice place to live; I live in a single room so I have my own privacy and my own bathroom. Also its very quiet in the dorm, never had any problems when I do assignments in my room. I love living in Moore and our RA is super nice.” - Rogelio
Capacity: 68 (Co-Ed)
Three story residence hall with a hall style set-up. Each room contains private bathroom.
Each room has the following furniture (1 per resident in room):
- Bed (standard twin)
- Desk & Chair