Regan Hall was initially built as a residence hall for women and was completed in 1949. It is named in honor of Agnes Gertrude Regan (1869-1943), known for her leadership in the National Council of Catholic Women and the National Catholic School of Social Service. The interior finishes in Regan Hall were most recently updated in 2010. Regan Hall is home to approximately 135 freshman students.
Style: Traditional (shared hallway bathrooms)
Features: Air conditioned; Kitchen facility (2nd floor); Laundry facility (ground floor); Community lounges; Billiards table; Wireless internet access; and Religious-in-Residence.
Room Types: Single (11' x 8½'); Double (16' x 11½')l; and a limited number of Triples
Furnishings include a twin x-long bed frame, twin x-long mattress, dresser, desk, desk chair, and wardrobe/closet per student. One minifridge with microwave unit per room.
Making Regan Your "Home Away From Home"
Students are encouraged to decorate their room to reflect individual style and personality! Housing Services has partnered with a few vendors to help make the decorating, planning, and packing process fun and easy! Students are also encouraged to use the printable packing list to make sure they bring everything they might need (and leave prohibited items at home).
Linen Program: Select your style and have a linen package shipped directly to campus! With over 40 Value Pak combinations, students can create their room style to include bedding towels, storage bins, accent pillows, and more!
Residence Hall Staff Information
Each residence hall is part of a larger community neighborhood on-campus. The residence hall staff oversees the daily operations of the hall and provides engagement opportunities for students throughout the academic year!
Neighborhood: North Neighborhood 2
Residence Hall Office (RHO) Location: Regan Hall
Office Phone Number: 202-319-5740
Students and their families wishing to see a typical residence hall room are encouraged to participate in an Admission Tour, view the panoramic tours of rooms in the Campus Map, and visit the Housing Services website for more information regarding the various housing options at Catholic University.