Heffron Hall is Open to Upperclass Men and Women (4th Floor Sophomore Only)
Heffron Hall was the second major building in the early history of Saint Mary’s and honors the founder, Bishop Patrick R. Heffron.
It houses 93 co-ed sophomore through senior students in single rooms. Rooms have hardwood floors, beautiful woodwork, and wide hallways, with great views of campus and the surrounding bluffs. Heffron’s various floors have undergone recent renovations and in 2007 all of its bathrooms were converted into semi-private bathroom/shower rooms.
This residence hall is connected to Saint Mary's Hall (the main academic building).
Common Areas Included in Heffron
- Three TV lounges
- Coinless laundry facilities included in room and board
- Community kitchen with a stove, oven, microwave, and refrigerator
Rooms are approximately 8’ x 13.5’.
Approximately half of the rooms are carpeted (207, 209, 236, 237, 312, 324, 326, 328, 407, 412, 413, 419, 423, and 428); others have hardwood flooring.
- Loft bed with extra-long mattress
- Desk and desk chair
- Cable and internet hookup (including access to the Saint Mary’s wireless network)
Loft beds are either full or half lofts.