Named after Paul C. Reinert, S.J., a former president of Saint Louis University, Reinert Hall is a hub of activity on campus.
It houses more than 500 male and female freshman and sophomore students, plus a dining hall and chapel. Bathrooms are private, and roommates live in groups of two, three or four. You’ll often find people studying or student organizations meeting in Reinert Hall’s common areas.
Address: 303 South Grand Blvd., St. Louis. MO 63103
Amenities: Central air conditioning, Wi-Fi, cable, on-site laundry, community kitchen, 24-hour security desk, community tutoring and study room, technology-capable banquet room, bike storage outside of building, outdoor patio area
Additional special features: Chapel on site. One Jesuit-in-residence, one full-time campus minister.
Room types: Double deluxe, triple deluxe and quad deluxe rooms
Dining: Attached dining hall, with all-you-can-eat food court (See Reinert Dining Hall hours.)
Parking: Fordham parking lot
Population: Up to 517 first- and second-year students on 10 floors. Single-gender rooms on mixed-gender floors.
Residence Hall Coordinators: Kenny Bollwerk, email@example.com
Visiting Restrictions: Opposite-sex guests may not visit during the hours of 1 to 7 a.m. Sunday through Thursday or 4 to 7 a.m. Friday and Saturday. All guests must be checked in at the front desk and escorted by their host at all times.
Special Hours: Reinert Hall is closed during academic breaks.
Trivia: Father Reinert has his own star on the St. Louis Walk of Fame.
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