Borromeo Hall

Borromeo Hall

Borro at a Glance: Reasons to be Excited

  • Sophomore and above housing, and a place of new and continued friendships.
  • Great location (adjacent to the mailroom, the Carroll College Campus Center [CCCC, a.k.a. the "Cube"], and the Saints Success Center)
  • Houses a diverse student population and one of the quietest Residence Halls on campus.

Borro at a Glance: Major Features

  • Room sizes: singles, doubles, and triples.
  • All rooms are fully furnished, and most come equipped with a sink.
  • Community bathrooms on every floor.
  • Community laundry room with washers and dryers.
  • Peer Ministers (PM's) and Resident Assistants (RAs) on the floors.
  • Community kitchen.
  • Basement lounge area, complete with board games, desks, couches, chairs, beanbags, and a big screen TV.
  • A chapel for prayer and spiritual reflection. 

Borromeo Overview

Borromeo Hall is offered for second year and above students. Originally built for students intending to enter the priesthood and designed for a simpler, more reflective lifestyle, "Borro" has to this day maintained its reputation as one of the most tranquil residence halls on Carroll's campus. Students who choose to live in Borromeo prefer its quiet atmosphere and enjoy its close proximity to classrooms, labs, the dining hall, and the Saints Success Center, where students across campus can come to learn more about foreign exchange programs and international travel, internships and career opportunities, housing operations, veterans services, course registration, testing and accessibility policies, and student events.