East Hall

     

East Hall has been a part of the residential experience for many generations of St. Edward's University graduates. Located on the north side of campus, East Hall is home to 138 residents. Freshman female students reside in East Hall North, while freshman men and freshman females live on separate floors in East Hall South.  This traditional residence hall is close to all of the amenities that campus has to offer. Residents enjoy relaxing in the centrally-located recreation area or in one of the two television lounges. The unique layout, community-style living, and intentional programming create a supportive, family-like experience which East Hall residents enjoy year after year.

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Amenities

  • Community bathrooms and shower facilities on each floor, cleaned by university staff
  • Semi-private rooms and a limited number of single rooms for returning students
  • Basic cable
  • Ethernet and wireless in each bedroom
  • Furnished with movable furniture, including: desks, chairs, bunked beds, extra-long twin mattresses, armoires, 3-drawer dressers, sink and mirror
  • 24 hour laundry
  • 24 hour access to vending machines, kitchen and microwaves
  • Pool table
  • Computer lab, TV and floor lounges
  • Two floors on each wing
  • Outdoor patio area with barbeque grill

East Hall Floor Plan

 

East Hall Measurements

 

Armoire

3-Drawer Dresser

L: 48.25 inches

L: 29.5 inches

H: 30 inches

H: 30 inches

W: 24.25

W: 24.25 inches

History of East Hall

East Hall was constructed in 1966 to house the women students of Maryhill College of St. Edward's University. It was named after Alice Kleberg East who showed a great interest in the development of Maryhill College.

East Hall Staff

 

Marie-Louise Bridgeman – Residence Director

Welcome to East Hall! I have been the Residence Director of East Hall since Fall 2014 . I graduated with my Master's Degree in Higher Education Administration/ Student Affairs from Louisiana State University (LSU). I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Communications from Holy Cross College in Notre Dame, IN. I enjoyed my undergraduate expereince within the tradition of the Congregation of Holy Cross and am excited to be working professionally in the same tradition. My past student affairs experiences include Career Services, Student Activites, Undergraduate Admissions, and Athletics. I love being active, exploring new things and meeting new people. I am also passionate about helping students grow and develop as they experience college. I love working at SEU and being an East Hall Eagle!

Resident Assistants

Ana Avalos

Hello! I’m Ana, and I’m a sophomore religious and theological studies major. Originally, I’m from Ciudad Juarez/El Paso, but now I consider Austin home. This is my first year as an RA and I am ecstatic to be working in East Hall. My favorite things include reading, traveling, eating, watching TV and exploring Austin. I can’t wait to get to know all of you! See you in the fall, it’s going to be an awesome year!

Brooke Havener

My name is Brooke Havener and I was born and raised in Fort Worth, TX. I will be a sophomore this year at St. Edward's University and will be continuing to study and pursue my degree in Theatre Arts. I am very excited to continue to be a part of the East Hall community this year, but this time as an RA!! I can't wait to meet all the new freshman and develop close friendships with them as their mentor, friend and resident assistant. East Hall has always been such a family-orientated and welcoming community and I'm so thankful to help continue and grow that legacy. Of course, I'm looking forward to all the spirit East Hall and these new Hilltoppers are going to bring to the team!:) It's going to be a fun and amazing year! GO GOATIES!!

Genevia Kanu

Hi, I'm Genevia! This is my second year as a Resident Assistant in East Hall. I am studying English Writing and Psychology. Originally, I am from Houston, but I consider Austin as home now! I am most excited about getting to know all of the new residents in East and creating new memories with them. So when you see me around, don't be afraid to say hi!

Wilson Whitener

Howdy! This will be my second year as the RA for the male floor in East, and my third year living here. I'm excited to welcome y'all to your first year at St. Edward's! I am a Junior studying Mathematics and Religious studies. Born and raised in the small-ish town Belton, Texas, I'm still new to city life in Austin. A few of my hobbies and interests include hunting, fishing, the outdoors, jokes, reading, religion, food (especially barbeque), politics, and sweet tea. I'm looking forward to meeting all of you this year!