Breen-Phillips Hall

 

Breen-Phillips Hall

HALL HISTORY

Constructed in 1939 through the contributions of brothers-in-law William P. Breen and Mr. Frank Phillips; Originally housed 185 men, as well as the athletics department and ticket office; Converted to a women's hall in 1973. Notable past residents include Commander Jim Wetherbee '74 (Astronaut).

ROOM INFORMATION

Breen-Phillips offers a few different room arrangements, most of which are double rooms (75%). A handful of single rooms and triples are also found in the hall. There are currently three, 4-person suites.

RECTOR: SR. MARY CATHERINE McNAMARA, S.I.W.

574-631-8315
mmcnama7@nd.edu

Sr

Sister Mary Catherine McNamara is a Sister of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament of Cleveland, Ohio. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from St. John College of Cleveland and a Master of Science in Education from the University of Akron.

Throughout the years she has ministered as a teacher, principal, youth specialist, child advocate, client rights officer and accreditation manager. In addition to being on countless committees in her Congregation, she has also served as Councilor on the Leadership Team, as Assistant Congregational Leader and also held an elected role in the Conference of Religious Leaders in the Diocese of Cleveland. Her diverse background and wealth of residential experience has well prepared her for her current position as Rector of Breen-Phillips Hall.

FAST FACTS

Established: 1939
Mascot/Nickname: Babes
Colors: Blue/Pink
Quad Location: North Quad
Chapel: Chapel of St. Francis of Assisi
Signature Event: BP Meal Auction for Charity
Charity: Robinson Center

PHOTO GALLERY
FACILITY OVERVIEW

Number of Floors: 4
Number of Rooms: 105
Capacity: 195


Elevator? Yes
Air Conditioning? No
Study Room(s)? Yes
Exercise Room? Yes
Kitchen Access? Yes
Laundry Facilities? Yes
Sinks in Rooms? Yes
Modular Furniture? No

CAMPUS LOCATION

Location on Campus Map
North: Farley Hall
South: Clarke Memorial Fountain
East: Center for Social Concerns
West: Zahm Hall, Cavanaugh Hall