Living in the Casa

The Casa opened in 2007 and was the first residence hall at St. Edward’s built specifically to house upperclass students. 

Adjacent to Jacques Dujarié and Basil Moreau halls, the Casa offers a unique living experience. Rooms are divided among eight “pods,” housing sixty-eight upperclassmen in single and double rooms. Up to nine students in the pod share three semi-private baths. View the floor plan.

The Casa has an elevator, community kitchen, two laundry facilities, a large lobby with comfortable couches, bistro-style tables and a big screen television, and an upstairs loft with additional seating for studying and socializing. The building has swipe-card entry and all ground-floor bedroom windows are alarmed. Learn more about the Casa's amenities. Casa residents also have access to all of the amenities of Basil Moreau Hall.

Two resident assistants (RAs) live and work with students in the Casa. If you have questions or need assistance, contact the Casa staff.

Take a student-led tour of the Casa, and see what it's like living on the hilltop.