Jacques Dujarie Hall
Jacques Dujarié Hall, located adjacent to Ragsdale Center, is a co-ed facility, housing 201 students, 162 in the main building and 39 in the Casitas. It offers double rooms with single baths and suite-style rooms with four students sharing a bathroom. This hall features distinctive amenities designed with input from students. Dujarié has been home to the Social Justice Living Learning Community (LLC) since 2007 and the Honors LLC since 2010.
- Co-ed hall for freshman students
- Semi-private rooms and four-person suites
- Semi-private bathrooms (Students are responsible for cleaning their own bathrooms)
- Basic cable
- ID card access
- Ethernet and wireless connections in each bedroom
- Junior loft beds, adjustable height up to 3'
- Extra-long twin bed
- Furnished with movable desk, chair, armoire, and 3-drawer dresser
- 24 hour laundry facilities
- Meditation room
- 24 hour access to vending machines, kitchens, and microwave
- Computer lab
- Commmunity kitchen
- On-site residence mailboxes
- Recreation rooms with a pool table, ping pong and large screen television
- Study lounges and TV rooms
- Two elevators
Dujarié Hall Semi-Private Room Dujarié Hall Double Suite
Jacques Dujarié Hall Measurements
L: 48.25 inches
H: 30 inches
W: 24.25 inches
H: 68 and 3/4 inches
W: 35.5 inches
D: 23.75 inches
H: 31 inches
W: 18 inches
1 drawer, extendable table top extension
L: 29.5 inches
H: 30 inches
W: 24.25 inches
L: 79.5 inches
H: 3 ft (adjustable)
W: 34 and 5/8 inches
(Sizes are approximate and may vary)
Total square footage: 9'x5'
Sink and vanity area: 4'x2'
History of Jacques Dujarié Hall
Jacques Dujarié Hall opened in August of 2005. The hall was named after Father Dujarié, who was secretly ordained as a priest in 1795 during the French Revolution. Fr. Dujarié founded two religious orders, the Sisters of Providence and the Brothers of St. Joseph. The order of brothers later merged into the Congregation of Holy Cross under the direction of Blessed Basil Moreau.
Jacques Dujarié Hall Staff
Robert Morris - Residence Director
My name is Rob Morris and this is my third year as a Residence Director at St. Edward’s University. This is my first year working in Dujarié Hall, and I am so excited for all that is in store. Dujarié Hall’s residents are known for being heavily involved in the hall’s activities and events, as well as other aspects of campus life. Dujarié is also home to the Honors and Social Justice Living Learning Communities (LLC), where students with a special interest in these areas live and study together during their freshman year. I know this will be a great year and that each resident will thrive in the Dujarié Hall community!
A little information about me: I graduated in 2006 with my B.A. in Political Science from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA. I decided to pursue my master’s degree after working for a year and a half at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. In May of 2010, I graduated with my master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from Virginia Tech. I have worked in a variety of capacities within the student affairs field, ranging from student activities to career advising. I am looking forward to the opportunity to take my educational background and skills to work with the students that make up the Dujarié Hall community.
My office is located directly behind the front desk adjacent to the lobby and lounge. If there's ever anything I can do, or a question I might be able to answer, please don't hesitate to stop by.
Andrew Farcosky - 105 East
Hello everyone! I’m Andrew, and I’ll be the Resident Assistant for Dujarie Hall First Floor East, home to the Honors Living Learning Community. I’m a senior criminology major here at St. Edward’s, and this will be my second year of RA’ing. Once I graduate in May 2013, I hope to join with one of the local police forces as an officer. I love hanging out with friends, and making new friends. I’m also passionate about autism research and education, and am currently starting the St. Edward’s chapter of Autism Speaks U. I’m very excited to get to know all of the residents in Dujarie Hall!
Deanna Crane - 205 East
Hey, I'm Deanna Crane, though many people call me Dee. I'm a Photocommunications major with a minor in Art History entering my sophomore year. This is my first year as an RA and I am so excited to get to know all of you! I am located on the second floor, east side... Holla! I love watching movies and TV shows. One of my favorite things to do in Austin is to go to shows and go out to eat. So if you ever need to know of a good restaurant or band, come find me! Please don't hesitate to ask me if you have any questions or concerns!
Quike Burmeister - 249 West
Hello, my name is Enrique Burmeister, but my friends call me Quike. I was born in Mexico City and lived there until I was fifteen. I speak Spanish, English, and I am learning Italian. I moved to The Woodlands, Texas when I was fifteen and have lived there ever since. I am a junior double majoring in Marketing and International Business. I played soccer all through high school and I am very passionate about it. My favorite team is Real Madrid because they are the best team in the world! I am also a huge UFC fan. But underneath it all, I am a big nerd who loves to play any kind of board game. I also enjoy doing anything that has to do with business or numbers. I am very excited to be an RA this year at Dujarie and continue to meet some great people.
Matt Konrad - 305 East
My name is Matt Konrad and I was born and raised in North Dallas, Allen to be specific. I am going to be a sophomore Entrepreneurship major and hope to open my own businesses in the Food and Hospitality Industry after graduation. I like to spend my free time eating, cooking, being outside, running, geocaching, finding new music, going to concerts, and taking advantage of our amazing location in Austin. I can’t wait to meet y’all and help you through your freshmen year!
Becca May - 339 West
Hey y'all! I'm Becca May, the RA for 3rd floor west -- home of the Social Justice Living Learning Community. I'm a junior Global Studies major and Political Science minor from right here in Austin. I would love nothing more than to share some of my favorites of the city with you! A few other things on my list of favorites include live music, the sayings under Sweet Leaf Tea bottle caps, lounging in my hammock, doing service, the country of Uganda, and the Beatles. I have a pretty good feeling that this year is gonna rock, and I'm so excited to have you all be a part of it!
Greg Hakeem - 405 East
Hello! My name is Greg Hakeem and I am a junior here at St. Edward’s University. I am originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico and I am the youngest of three children. I love playing and writing music, as well as discovering new bands to listen to on Pandora. While attending St. Edward’s I am double majoring in Psychology and Religious and Theological Studies. This will be my first year as an RA, and I am very excited to be a part of the Office of Residence Life at SEU. I look forward to meeting all of my residents and journeying through this year on the Hilltop together!
Gaby Flores - Casitas
My name is Gaby Flores and I am majoring in Graphic Design. This is my 4th year at St. Edward’s University and my second as an RA. I am excited for this upcoming school year because I want you to have the same great experiences I have had living on campus. Here are a few things about me you may want to know. I really like meeting new people so don’t be afraid to say hi. I really want to help you with anything you need. I enjoy playing games and being in the common area. I love to paint especially with other people. Most importantly I love my San Antonio Spurs! Those are the basics if you want to know anything else just ask my door is always open.