Burgh Hall is the social residence hall; students often leave their doors open so they can pop in and out of their friends’ rooms for games, studying, movie nights, or just hanging out. Students from across campus tend to congregate in Burgh: the lobby is a comfortable hangout spot, as are Burghatory (study and game rooms) and Java Haus (student-run, late-night snack shop) in the basement.
Burgh Hall is on the south side of campus near Anderson Hall, Magnuson Campus Center, and many apartments and houses.
The Burgh Hall lobby is a popular hangout spot for students from all over campus.
Burgh’s basement is affectionately known as Burghatory, and is home to a study room and a rec room with pool and ping pong tables.
A shared kitchen and vending machines are also available for residents’ use.
The first floor of Burgh Hall includes a TV lounge and lots of comfortable seating.
Burgh’s living floors make it convenient for residents to get to know their neighbors.
Burgh rooms are equipped with stackable and movable furniture so residents can create the perfect arrangements for their needs. Along with beds and closets, every Burgh room is furnished with desks and chairs that are movable so you can maximize your space.
One floor in Burgh is reserved for women, mostly freshmen and sophomores. (The first floor is divided by the lobby, with one wing for men and one for women.)
Lots of Natural Light
All Burgh Hall rooms have large windows, letting in lots of natural light and fresh air.
- First- and second-year students
- 3 male floors; 1 female floor
- 200 residents total
- Resident Assistant on each floor
- Resident Director lives in the building
- Across from Magnuson Campus Center and Anderson Hall
- Front desk staffed 24 hours a day
- Bike storage room
- Vending machines
- Community kitchen
- Laundry room in basement
- Common lounge with big-screen TV, cable, and DVD player
- Burghatory: the basement, housing a study room, game room, and Java Haus
Meet the RD
The Resident Director (RD) in Burgh Hall is Raevhann Rush. Raevhann was born and raised in Minneapolis, MN, however, Chicago has always been a second home for Raevhann as her parents are from the city. Raevhann initially moved to Chicago to attend North Park for undergrad and decided to stay in the city to pursue her Masters in Social Work. She loves the opportunity to work alongside students and see them achieve the life they desire. She enjoys practicing yoga and traveling with her husband Mitchell.