Saint Edward's Living Learning Center is a two-story hall named after Bishop Fitzgerald, bishop of Winona during the 1950s. Known affectionately as Ed’s, this hall houses approximately 114 first-year students in double rooms, with one men's floor and one women's floor. It is conveniently located next to Toner Student Center and the main cafeteria on campus. During the summer of 2005, Ed’s received a major renovation, with an updated fire alarm and sprinkler system, new furniture, and other amenities. This hall is substance-free, and for the safety of its residents, is locked 24 hours.
First-year men (first floor) and women (second floor)
Common areas included in Ed’s
- main lounge
- computer pod with two computers and a printer
- study area
- laundry room with five washers and six dryers ($0.75/load wash, $0.50/load dry)
- community kitchen with a stove, oven, microwave and refrigerator
Traditional, single-sex community bathrooms and shower areas are located on each wing of this hall.
Rooms are approximately 11’ x 16’ and furnished with window blinds and fluorescent lighting.
First-floor rooms have tile floors and second floor rooms have carpet.
- 2 beds with extra-long mattresses
- 2 wardrobes with built-in dressers
- a sink, with vanity underneath and medicine cabinet above
- 2 built-in desks
- 2 desk chairs
- cable and internet hook-up (including access to the SMU wireless network)
Exception to the above
Saint Edward's 229 is a triple room with the following changes to its layout and amenities:
- bedroom – 13' x 10'
- second room – 11' x 9'
- private bathroom with shower – 7' x 7'
- walk-in closet – 7' x 7'
- 1 built-in wardrobe with additonal moveable wardrobes
- moveable beds, dressers and desks