Teresa Hall was built in 1968, and was the second hall to house the female students of Maryhill College of St. Edward's University. It was named in memory of Mother Teresa McGivney, superior general of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Sisters, who established Maryhill College in 1966. In 2012, the interior was renovated, creating a modern atmosphere for residents. Today, it is one of two legacy halls on campus.
Located on the east side of campus, Teresa Hall is a co-ed community of 148 residents, the vast majority of whom are freshmen. A residence director and four resident assistants (RAs) live-in and support the hall's residents. Teresa Hall offers suite-style rooms situated in two wings flanked by the central lounge area, which includes an adjacent computer lab, kitchen and laundry room, and separate study space. Residents enjoy comfortable oversized furniture that surrounds the flat-screen television and lively rounds of pool and ping pong. Learn more about the hall's amenities and see the floor plan. In addition, Teresa Hall houses the Wicked Problems Living Learning Community (LLC).
If you have questions or need assistance, contact the Teresa Hall staff.