Munroe Hall opened in 1970 as DePaul’s first residence hall and was completely renovated in 2000. This six-story, air-conditioned building offers single and double occupancy semi-suite rooms that share adjoining or adjacent bathrooms. Rooms on the upper floors of Munroe Hall provide magnificent views of the Chicago skyline. A TV lounge and laundry facility are on the first floor, and a kitchen, lounge and study room are located on each floor.
Munroe Hall shares an entrance, mailroom and a private courtyard with Belden-Racine Hall. Munroe has a 24-hour staffed security desk, and key card swipe entry is required.
Several academic and administrative offices are also located in Munroe Hall, including the First-Year Academic Success Program.
Munroe Hall (formerly Clifton Hall) was named after a private donor.