Dominican Hall opened in 2007 and is the first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) – Silver certified residence hall in Wisconsin. The name of this dorm represents the college’s Dominican traditions and values that are woven into all aspects of life on campus. This hall is co-ed and is home to 200 students. Dominican residents who live in suites within the building enjoy shared lounge spaces, kitchens, study areas with computers on each floor and a beautiful lake view.
Each resident is provided a desk, chair and an XL Twin size bed (mattress measures 36” X 80”). Each bedroom is equipped with a built-in closest, dresser, wardrobe and adjustable blinds. The living room is furnished with a couch, chairs and a kitchen table. The kitchen has a sink, fridge, dish washer, oven and storage space. Each bathroom has a shower, toilet, mirror and storage space.
Each co-op suite houses four people. There is one suite with a double room and two single rooms. There are two suites with four single rooms. There is a living room and private bathroom within each suite as well. The twelve residents of the co-op enjoy private access to their shared living space which consists of its own kitchen and study room while still having the freedom to use the lounge areas in Dominican Hall.