Fedigan Hall

Fedigan Hall is a three-story residence hall located on the southwestern edge of Main Campus, which houses 115 male and female sophomore students in double rooms seperated by floor or by wing.

It was renovated during the summer of 2009 using eco-friendly technologies and received a Silver LEED (Leadership in Energy Efficient Design) certification.

Fedigan Hall is named for former University President The Rev. John J. Fedigan, OSA, a visionary leader who initiated one of the University’s largest building campaigns in the late 1890s.