Ireland Hall

Ireland Hall, located on north campus, was built in 1912 and houses 306 men on five levels. Common areas include a service desk, study lounge, computer lab, recreation and TV area, laundry room and kitchenette. Ireland Hall is 65% double rooms with eight single rooms and 35% 2-room triples.  There are three unique rooms.  Two triples (109 and 409) have a semi private bath in the triple, and room 237 is a quad room.  Each floor has a north and south wing, with a common bathroom in each wing. Funriture included are desks and desk chairs for each student, wardrobe, dresser, and beds.  Triple rooms are set with a bunk bed set and loft.  First and second floor doubles have two loftable beds provided.  Third and Fourth floor doubles have the option to rent (1) one bedloft.com bed to loft both beds in a room, but are bunked otherwise.  Single rooms are all provided lofts.  All furniture is movable and many have sinks.

Flooring varies by room in Ireland Hall, please refer to the link below to see what flooring is in each room.

Listing of Ireland Rooms and their flooring type.

Room Layouts:

Historic Ireland Hall provides a wide range of living arrangements. Room dimensions vary greatly and can be viewed directly by selecting this link.

Area Director

Justin Reuter

Ireland 039

(651) 497-2041

irelandhall@stthomas.edu