Fusz Hall offers a comfortable blend of academics and social life.
With just more than 200 students on six floors, Fusz offers a great location near the Center for Global Citizenship, Simon Recreation Center and Pius XII Memorial Library.
You’ll find students taking advantage of study space on the second floor, making late-night food runs to the Billiken’s Lair food court on the ground floor (it’s open until 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights) and gathered around the fire pits on the outside patio.
Fusz Hall is also attached to one of SLU’s three museums, the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art.
|Address:||3700 West Pine Mall, St. Louis, MO 63108|
|Amenities:||Central air conditioning, Wi-Fi, cable, on-site laundry, 24-hour security desk, community lounges on each floor, flex classroom and study space. Bike storage outside of building.|
|Additional special features:||Fusz Hall features an outside lounge area with fire pits and is attached to Saint Louis University’s Museum of Contemporary Religious Art.|
|Room types:||Single, double and triple occupancy|
|Dining:||Billiken’s Lair food court with Subway, Jamba Juice, Qdoba Mexican Grille and more (Get Billiken’s Lair hours|
|Parking:||Rockhurst or Gonzaga parking lots, the Laclede Garage|
|Population:||More than 230 students in single-gender rooms on mixed-gender floors|
|Residence Hall Coordinator:||Justin Stoeckle, email@example.com|
|Visiting Restrictions:||Opposite-sex guests may not visit during the hours of 1 to 7 a.m. Sunday through Thursday or 4 to 7 a.m. Friday and Saturday. All guests must be checked in at the front desk and escorted by their host at all times.|
|Special Hours:||Fusz Hall closes for Thanksgiving, winter and spring breaks.|
|Trivia:||Fusz Hall used to be known as the "House of Philosophy" when Jesuit scholastics lived there. The scholastics are still on campus — they now live at Bellarmine House.|
The Faith and Formation Learning Community offers interested students opportunities to explore the history and mission of the Society of Jesus and the traditions underlying Saint Louis University as a Catholic, Jesuit institution. Along with shared course work, the program offers a variety of social and spiritual activities to encourage personal and spiritual growth