Built in 2005, Judge Hall is a suite style residence hall which houses approximately 136 sophomore students. Judge Hall is single sex based on suite. Judge Hall is a four-story residence hall with an elevator, television lounge on the first floor and study box on the fourth floor. Judge Hall is named after Fr. Mychal Judge, a Franciscan friar and Catholic priest who served as chaplain to the New York Fire Department. In these duties, Fr. Judge was killed and became the first official fatality in the September 11th attacks. The building was dedicated in his name to honor his sacrifice and faith.
Each suite has two or three bedrooms (mostly doubles and some singles) housing four students in each suite. Each suite also has a private bathroom and kitchenette (no stove).
Bedrooms are supplied with one bed, dresser, desk, and closet/wardrobe for each person residing in the room.
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Judge Hall Building Information
Class Level: Sophomore Students are housed in Judge Hall.
Residential Communities: n/a
Types of Rooms: Judge Hall has thirty-four four person apartments with mostly double bedrooms but a select number of single bedrooms are available.
Air Conditioning: Judge Hall is air-conditioned with AC units in each bedroom and common living room. .
Bedroom Closet Width:
Sheets: Mattresses are extra long twin.
Appliances: One internet jack is available per resident. Each bedroom is allowed one microwave, one small refrigerator, and one coffee pot with automatic shut-off.
Bathroom: Each suite has a bathroom with toilet, vanity sink, and shower.
Furniture: Each resident will have one adjustable bed, desk, desk chair and closet or wardrobe.
Bed: 30” maximum height of adjustable bed
Elevator: Buildings is equipped with an elevator.
Laundry: A common laundry room is available for students. Laundry on campus is free for students.
2020-2021 Judge Hall Staff
Resident Director: Kevin Battersby (Kevin.Battersby@alvernia.edu)