Our four residence halls, each with a distinct personality, offer single, double and triple rooms, as well as suites. You’ll be on a hall with other students who will quickly become your extended family.
Each student will have a standard twin bed, a desk with chair, a dresser and a closet or wardrobe. Each room is equipped with a phone jack with a campus extension already assigned, which will be given during move-in day. The halls are wireless so your laptop or PC is good to go from most locations in the hall. Rooms are tiled in Fontbonne, and Fournier Halls. Fitzsimmons Hall and SugarLoaf Lodge have carpeted floors.
Fontbonne Hall was built in 1961. It was named after Mother Saint John Fontbonne, who restored the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph in Lyon, France in 1808, after their dispersal during the French Revolution.
Fontbonne Hall is a co-educational residence hall for first year students. Rooms are mostly double occupancy with common hall bathrooms on each floor. A few single rooms are available.
Fournier Hall is named in honor of Mother Saint John Fournier, the foundress of the Philadelphia Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph in 1847. It was originally the Mount Saint Joseph College, founded in 1928, then became Chestnut Hill College in 1938.
Fournier Hall is a co-educational first year and upperclass building. New Transfer students are also housed here. There are many room options, including single rooms, double rooms and triples, as well as suited rooms (bedrooms connected by a bathroom).
Fitzsimmons Hall opened in the Fall of 2006. It is suite style, with two bedrooms connected by a common room and bathroom. The first floor of Fitzsimmons Hall is a 24-hour student center, equipped with a recreation room and TV lounges.
Fitzsimmons Hall is a co-educational upper-class building with four and six person suites.
SugarLoaf Lodge opened in the fall of 2008. Recently renovating into student residency, this building is part of the SugarLoaf Hill campus across Germantown Avenue.
SugarLoaf Lodge is a co-educational building reserved for upperclassmen, with double rooms each equipped with private bathrooms. The newly renovated Poolhouse at SugarLoaf contains a large TV lounge and pool table area for use by SugarLoaf residents.