Built in 2005 and located on north campus, the university's newest residence hall offers apartment and suite-style housing to 422 sophomore, junior and senior students. First floor common areas include a community room and TV lounge, both with fireplaces, and an outdoor patio. Study lounges are located on floors 2 through 6, laundry rooms are available on all floors, and suite residents have access to a kitchenette on each floor. Underground parking is available for an extra charge; lockable bicycle storage is also available.
Flynn Hall has sixty-nine 4-bedroom/4-person apartments and twenty-eight 2-bedroom/4-person suites. Apartments include full kitchens (refrigerator, sink, stove, microwave) and two full baths (including tub/shower unit). Suites are located on floors LL-4 and consist of two 2-person bedrooms separated by a shared, full bath with two sinks. Flynn Hall will have analog phone lines and students will provide their own phone device (telephone, cordless phone, fax machine, modem, etc.).
In May, 2009, Selby Hall was renamed Flynn Hall in honor of Archbishop Harry Flynn. Below you will find sample room layouts and links to floor plans for Flynn Hall.