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Bertrand Hall

Community-Style Residence Hall for Sophomore, Junior and Senior Students

 

Bertrand Hall was built in 1936 and was one of the first living environments for students at St. Catharine College. The building was originally constructed as an addition to the Motherhouse for the Dominican Sisters. As the College grew a need arose for residential space for students attending St. Catharine. Initially students moved into the top floor and slowly began occupying the other floors.  

In 2015, Bertrand Hall underwent a major renovation to the top three floors including new paint, new doors, all new plumbing and bathroom fixtures, new room furniture, new flat screen televisions in every single student room, and new lighting in  all of the rooms. The classic wardrobes were also cleaned and refurbished during the renovation. A new laundry room was also placed on the fourth floor of the building.

Today Bertrand Hall houses sophomores, juniors, and seniors in one person private rooms on the top three floors of the building. The residents of each floor share a common bathroom that is cleaned on regular basis by the housekeeping staff. Bertrand Hall does not have an elevator. The remaining floors of the building house faculty offices, Student Support Services, and the Education Department. 

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Room Amenities

All rooms in Bertrand Hall come with the following for each student:

  • A twin extra long (Twin XL) bed.
  • A desk
  • A desk chair
  • A small two drawer night stand
  • A large wardrobe
  • A flat screen television with remote
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Window unit air conditioning
  • Radiator heat.
  • 1 set of blinds for the room window.

 

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