Coughlin Hall

Class Year: Freshmen
Room Types: Double Occupancy

Coughlin Hall rooms include:

  • Bunkable beds with mattresses
  • Built-in closets
  • Sink
  • Stationary desks and chairs
  • Phone with voicemail

Building amenities include:

  • Common lounge
  • Cable
  • Wireless internet access
  • Communal Bathrooms
  • Laundry
  • TV's
  • Vending machines

Coughlin Hall offers primarily double-occupancy rooms, with a capacity for 155 students. Coughlin Hall houses mostly first-year students, and consists of three floors including both single-sex and co-ed living arrangements. Two Resident Assistants (RA) reside on both the second and third floors, while the first floor has one.  Each room has a sink, bed, desk, chair and closet. A lounge connects the second and third floors to Power Hall. Laundry facilities and student mailboxes are both located on the first floor across from the Residence Life offices.

Coughlin Hall is named for Mother Samuel Coughlin, OP, a member of the Sinsinawa Dominican community, who succeeded Mother Emily Power as prioress in 1909.