Rosenkrans Hall—Constructed in 1966, Rosenkrans Hall was named for Lillian Rosenkrans, Dean of the College, 1918-1938. Rosenkrans sits along the southern edge of campus next to Disert Hall and serves as a multipurpose space: overflow and break housing, ADP housing and a handful of departmental offices. ADP students wishing to have more information regarding the housing options available can visit ADP Housing Info online or contact the Director of Residence Life at

Rosenkrans underwent renovation during the spring and summer of 2016 to upgrade internal systems, as well as reformat the public spaces to better meet students' needs. Each Rosenkrans floor boasts a fully-equipped kitchen, two spacious bathrooms, a lounge, a semi-private study room, as well as large laundry and computer rooms. All the rooms on these floors are divided doubles, meaning they have a built-in divider of dressers, closets, and bookshelves that separates the room into two evenly-sized sections. This arrangement offers the flexibility to have more individual privacy within a shared space or to design private and public spaces within one room. The built-in divider also provides ample storage without cluttering the room. The total dimensions of each room (including the built-in) is 11'11" x 15'9".