Siegfried Hall

 

Siegfried Hall

HALL HISTORY

Constructed in 1988 through the financial commitments of Robert ('37) and Ray ('65) Siegfried; Converted to a male residence hall in 1997 after the transformation of Flanner and Grace Halls into office space; Original female residents of Siegfried Hall moved to Welsh Family Hall on West Quad; Ramblers nickname adopted after the move (the nickname was one of the former names used by the University before "Fighting Irish" was adopted); Rivals with Knott Hall, the other male Mod Quad residence hall.

ROOM INFORMATION

Most of the rooms in Siegfried (60%) are doubles. About 20% of the rooms are singles. There are also 6 three-room quads on each floor. Study lounges can be converted into large, one-room triples. Similar layout exists in PE, PW, and Knott.

RECTOR: REV. JOHN CONLEY, C.S.C.

574-631-7888
jconley1@nd.edu

 

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Ordained as a priest in Holy Cross in 1979, Father John Conley received both his B.A. in History and his Master of Divinity degree from the University of Notre Dame. He also received a Master's in Education degree from Loyola University of Chicago. Father John served as teacher and assistant principal of Notre Dame High School for Boys in Niles, Illinois, as well as principal of Bourgade Catholic High School in Phoenix, Arizona. Before he became the rector of Siegfried Hall in 1997, he was the Director of Vocations for the Indiana Province of the Congregation of Holy Cross. During this time, he had lived in residence at Alumni Hall.

FAST FACTS

Established: 1988
Mascot/Nickname: Ramblers
Colors: Maroon/Gray
Quad Location: Mod Quad
Chapel: Our Lady Seat of Wisdom
Signature Event: Rambler Scrambler
Charity: ALS Research

PHOTO GALLERY

FACILITY OVERVIEW

Number of Floors: 4
Number of Rooms: 114
Capacity: 258


Elevator? Yes
Air Conditioning? Yes
Study Room(s)? Yes
Weight Room? Yes
Kitchen Access? Yes
Laundry Facilities? Yes
Sinks in Rooms? Yes
Modular Furniture? Only in Convertible Lounges

CAMPUS LOCATION

Location on Campus Map
North: Pasquerilla West Hall
South: Center for Social Concerns, Hesburgh Library
East: Knott Hall
West: South Dining Hall, Farley Hall