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​Building Description

This four-story structure was completely renovated; the top three floors were converted to residence hall rooms with high ceilings, and the first floor to DePaul's campus bookstore. Seton Hall's residents are comfortably housed in air-conditioned double, triple and quad occupancy rooms, most of which have walk-in closets. The bathrooms on each floor offer a level of privacy uncommon for community bathrooms, with separate entrances for sinks, toilets and showers, each provided with individual stalls. Each floor has a full kitchen, lounge, laundry room and study rooms. A technology lounge is located on the third floor.​

  • Full kitchens, lounges, laundry rooms and study rooms on each floor.
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning in each room.

360 Virtual Tours


Want to get a better idea of what a unit in Seton Hall looks like? View the 360 tours below for a look inside different units in this building. Note, that some of these 360 tours are of lived-in units, in order to give a more realistic view of an occupied unit.​

​Virtual Tour
​Description
Unoccupied regular-double unit ​Occupancy of two residents
Lived-in regular-triple unit ​Occupancy of three residents
Lived-in regular-quad unit ​Occupancy of four residents
Unoccupied regular-quad unit ​Occupancy of four residents
Kitchen and lounge Community area​

Seton Hall also has converted housing. 360 tours of converted housing units are not yet available for Seton Hall, but click here to view a 360 tour of a lived-in converted housing unit in Clifton-Fullerton Hall, with an occupancy of three residents. Click here to view an unoccupied converted housing unit in Clifton-Fullerton Hall, with an occupancy of three residents. If you have questions about converted housing, read our Converted Housing Brochure, see our FAQs​ or call our main office at (773) 325-7196.​​​​​​​​​​​​​


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