Cray Seaberg Hall

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Cray Seaberg Hall is found at the north-western corner of the Benedictine College campus. The entire building was recently renovated in 2010 and has the capacity to house forty-two students.

Cray Seaberg Hall is a multi-purpose building with two floors being used for classrooms and offices and the third floor as a Residence Hall. The twenty-one dorm rooms are spacious and have been newly furnished. All rooms have their own private restroom for comfort and privacy and some also have a private shower. The common lounge is central to the building and serves as a great place to engage in conversation or enjoy the game with friends on massive flat screen TV.  Adjacent to the lounge is a new kitchen that features all new appliances and serves as a great place to prepare meals or snacks.

Resident Director: Stephen Smith

More information coming soon!

Hall Features

  • Appliances: The dorm kitchen in the Cray Seaberg Hall is equipped with an oven, microwave, and full-size refrigerator. The kitchen is open to all residents.
  • Bathrooms: Each room has its own bathroom. Approximately half of the rooms have bathrooms that include a private shower. For those rooms without a private shower, there is a communal bathroom.
  • Furniture Supplied:
    • Bunk Beds
    • Two computer desks with cork bulletin boards
    • Two desk chairs
    • Two closets/armoires with shelving
    • Two dressers
  • Handicap Accessibility: There is an elevator that provides access to all three floors of the building.
  • Laundry & Vending: There is a Laundry Room with four washing machines and four dryers. There is a soda machine located in the garden floor of the building.
  • Lofts: No lofts are permitted.
  • Lounges: There is one main lounge located centrally in Cray Seaberg Hall. The lounge is open to women 24 hours a day and to men during normal visitation hours. The lounge includes a wide-screen television.
  • Room Dimensions: 11 x 13 is the average room size, multiple variations do exist.
  • Security: Students have a hard key for their room and their student ID unlocks the hall’s main door. The hall doors are locked 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Non-resident visitors can access Cray-Seaberg Hall with their Student ID card from 8:00 am. to 11:00 p.m.