RESIDENCE HALLS

Ayres Hall
This all-female, predominantly freshmen residence hall accommodates 72 residents in double-occupancy rooms with connecting baths.  This hall has central air conditioning and heat. A connecting hallway leads to the companion residence facility, Pacelli Hall.  Facilities shared by both halls include a television lounge, a laundry room, an outdoor patio and an outdoor swimming pool.  Ayres Hall is named in honor of Mother Angelique Ayres, C.D.P., co-founder of Our Lady of the Lake College and Superior General of the Congregation of Divine Providence from 1943 to 1955.


Centennial Hall

This co-ed residence hall accommodates 89 residents in single and triple-occupancy rooms; all with private baths.  This hall has central air conditioning and heat.  Facilities include a study lounge, an exercise facility, television lounge and an outdoor patio.  Centennial Hall is named in honor of the centennial of the University's founding in 1895.



Flores Hall

This co-ed residence hall accommodates 194 residents in double-occupancy rooms with connecting baths with central air conditioning and heat. Facilities include lounge areas, laundry rooms and an outdoor patio.  Flores Hall is named in honor of Archbishop Patrick F. Flores, the first Mexican-American archbishop of the Roman Catholic Church.



Pacelli Hall

This co-ed, predominantly freshman residence hall accommodates 103 residents in double-occupancy rooms with connecting bathrooms, central air conditioning and heat.  A connecting hallway leads to the companion residence facility, Ayres Hall.  Facilities shared by both halls include a television lounge, a laundry room, an outdoor patio and an outdoor swimming pool.  Pacelli Hall is named in honor of Pope Pius XII (Eugenio Pacelli), the pontiff who beatified Fr. John Martin Moye, founder of the Congregation of Divine Providence.


Providence Hall

This co-ed upperclassman residence hall accommodates 80 residents in single-occupancy rooms with either private or connecting baths and individually regulated central air conditioning and heat. Facilities include lounges and laundry rooms.  Providence Hall is named in honor of the University's founding and sponsoring religious order, the Congregation of Divine Providence.



St. Ann's Hall

This co-ed residence hall accommodates 34 residents in double-occupancy rooms with connecting baths, central air conditioning and heat.  Facilities include a television lounge and a laundry room.  St. Ann's Hall is named in honor of St. Ann, mother of Mary and patroness of the Congregation of Divine Providence.

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