Cray Seaberg Hall | Benedictine College

Cray Seaberg Hall

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Cray Seaberg Hall is found at the north-western corner of the Benedictine College campus.  The entire building was recently renovated in 2010 and has the capacity to house forty-two students. Cray Seaberg Hall is a multi-purpose building with two floors being used for classrooms and offices and the third floor as a Residence Hall. The twenty-one dorm rooms are spacious and have been newly furnished. All rooms have their own private restroom for comfort and privacy and some also have a private shower. The common lounge is central to the building and serves as a great place to engage in conversation or enjoy the game with friends on massive flat screen TV.  Adjacent to the lounge is a new kitchen that features all new appliances and serves as a great place to prepare meals or snacks.

Resident Director

Claire Haroldson Originally from St. Louis, MO, Claire (Henning) Haroldson holds of Master of Theological Studies from the Ave Maria University Institute for Pastoral Theology. Prior to joining the Benedictine College staff, she taught high school theology for eight years in both St. Louis and St. Joseph, MO, where she also served as a cross country/track coach and assisted with campus ministry and adult faith formation courses. Claire earned a BA in Theology and a BA in Spanish from Benedictine College in 2008, during which time she served as an RA in St. Scholastica Hall and St. Martin's Memorial Hall. She met her husband, Leeds, while at Benedictine; he currently serves as the Director of the Catholic Newman Center at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, MO. Claire is excited to return to her alma mater, and looks forward to to serving the upperclassmen residents of Legacy and Kremmeter Apartments, and Row and Campus Houses. Through her work with the students, she hopes to help foster a community of faith and scholarship where students may grow in the Benedictine values of ora et labora, the work and prayer necessary to grow into faith-filled, future alumni.

Resident Assistants

  • Bethany Kuhn
  • Jocelyn Kleinsmith
  • Katrina Singer
  • Alexandra Hewitt

Hall Features

Appliances

The dorm kitchen in the Cray Seaberg Hall is equipped with an oven, microwave, and full-size refrigerator. The kitchen is open to all residents.

Bathrooms

Each room has its own bathroom. Approximately half of the rooms have bathrooms that include a private shower. For those rooms without a private shower, there is a communal bathroom.

Furniture Supplied

Bunk Beds
Two computer desks with cork bulletin boards
Two desk chairs
Two closets/armoires with shelving
Two dressers

Handicap Accessible

There is an elevator that provides access to all three floors of the building.

Laundry & Vending

There is a Laundry Room with four washing machines and four dryers. There is a soda machine located in the garden floor of the building.

Lofts

No lofts are permitted.

Lounges

There is one main lounge located centrally in Cray Seaberg Hall. The lounge is open to women 24 hours a day and to men during normal visitation hours. The lounge includes a wide-screen television.

Room Dimensions

11 x 13 is the average room size, multiple variations do exist.

Security

Students have a hard key for their room and their student ID unlocks the hall’s main door.  The hall doors are locked 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Non –resident visitors can access Cray-Seaberg Hall with their Student ID card from 8 am. to 11 p.m.

Phone

RA Office ext. 8201

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