Jorge Bergoglio Hall

Jorge Bergoglio Hall

‌Located in the heart of campus, Bergoglio Hall houses sophomore and freshmen residential students in two bedroom (four person) pods with a shared bathroom. Staffed with 6 student Resident Success Assistants and 1 professional Resident Hall Director, Bergoglio Hall is a great environment for sophomore and freshmen students to transition to more independent living while maintaining a high level of support.

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Game RoomBuilding Amenities 

  • Over 200 sophomore & freshmen residential students
  • 2 Double Occupancy Bedrooms with a shared bathroom
  • Multipurpose Fitness Facility
  • Video Game Classroom for Video Game Major and Competitive Video Game Club Sport
  • Security presence at the main entrance of the building
  • Card swipe entry at the main entrance
  • Laundry facilities on each floor

Bergoglio Dorm RoomRoom Amenities

  • Window Coverings
  • Card Swipe Entry to the Room
  • Desks (one per resident)
  • Chairs (one per resident)
  • Twin bed with built in dresser (one per resident)
  • Built in Closet (one per resident)
  • Cable Television Jack (one per room)
  • Air Conditioning/Heating Unit
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Micro-fridge unit (one per room)
  • Bathroom with two sinks, one toilet and one shower
Meet the Staff
Beth Anne Voight-Jause
Area Coordinator Sophomore Area
Tel: 203-396-6214
Resident Success Assistants
  • Arthur Natale (SRSA)
  • Abigail Bayzath
  • Stephanie Godsey
  • Nicole Maseroni
  • Fernando Pires
  • Denzel Williams

Who is Jorge Bergoglio?

Jorge Bergolio is the birthname of Pope Francis. He is the first pope to take the name of Francis, the first Jesuit pope and the first pope from Latin America. He is determined to raise up those who have been marginalized—the poor, the rejected, the sinners, the downtrodden. In this way, his views align perfectly with our mission to instill our students and other members of the SHU community with a deep sense of the Catholic intellectual tradition and its emphasis on social justice.

Learn more about Jorge Bergoglio