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2425 North Sheffield AvenueChicago, Illinois 60614
Named after Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, this former glove factory was renovated into a residence hall in 1989. Seton was one of the most influential Catholic women of the early nineteenth century, becoming the first United States-born Saint canonized in the Roman Catholic Church. She also founded the Sisters of Charity of Saint Joseph’s, the first community of religious women founded in the U.S.
This four-story structure was completely renovated; the top three floors were converted into residence hall rooms with high ceilings, and the first floor was converted into 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. Collaboration lounges are on the third and fourth floors.
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