Opened in Spring 2018, Toussaint Hall is the newest residence hall on campus and is named after Pierre Toussaint, a freed slave who became a noted philanthropist. Located in the Upper Quad, this 15.6 acres of land is surrounded on all three sides by Sacred Heart’s main campus and is becoming a residential village that includes student housing and a dining hall.
The hall houses 170 freshmen students primarily in two-bedroom/four-person pods, with a limited number of single rooms. The Honors Living Learning Community is housed in Toussaint Hall. The hall’s ground floor is used for common spaces and staff offices. Students have use of an arcade-style game room and a large, common lounge area with a fish tank.
In the News
- Sacred Heart Names its Newest Residence Hall - 9/6/17 CT Post