St. Michael Hall | Benedictine College

St. Michael Hall opened in the fall of 2012. The hall houses 150 sophomore and junior men. The resident life staff has worked to establish some unique traditions for the hall. St. Michael Hall is a beautiful addition to Benedictine’s residential pillar. The building design, with brick and limestone exterior, high ceilings and large windows, creates a bright and inviting space and ties in with the rest of the campus. St. Michael Chapel was opened in St. Michael Hall in the fall of 2013.

Resident Director

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Eli Pruneda is from Denver, Colorado. He graduated from Benedictine College in 2009 with degrees in Spanish and Theology. Eli began his career in Residence Life as a Resident Assistant for two years while he was a student. After graduation Eli taught theology at Bishop Carroll Catholic High School in Wichita, Kansas for four years and coached boys and girls soccer for three years. He then worked as a sales consultant for CarMax in Denver, Colorado for two years before returning to Benedictine as a Resident Hall Director at St Michael Hall. Eli is thrilled about his return to Benedictine College and Residence Life. His mission is to lead the men of St Michael Hall to excellence in faith, community, and scholarship in an environment where an order is established “to give room for good things to run wild.”

Hall Features

Bathrooms

Each four-person suite has a bathroom with a shower. There are sinks in each room. 

Hall Chapel 

St. Michael Chapel is located on the ground floor of St. Michael Hall. Mass is offered in this chapel one morning a month and on the residence hall’s feast day, September 29, for residents of St. Michael Hall and other men on campus. The chapel offers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, and can accommodate approximately 20 students.   

Room Dimensions 

Approx. 22' x 12' with slight variations

Furniture Supplied

  • Bunk Beds (students may not bring lofts)
  • One dresser (six drawers)
  • Two desks
  • Two spacious closets
  • Storage space beneath sink
  • Medicine cabinet

Lounges

The ground floor of St. Michael hall is a large hang-out space with couches, tables and TVs. Residents can build community and establish traditions while playing games, watching sports or playing guitar. The lounge has a fully-equipped kitchen with a refrigerator, oven, microwave, and sink. There are small lounges on each floor used for study, conversation, and relaxation.

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