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Chalon Residence Halls

High atop the Santa Monica Mountains above Brentwood stands our historic Chalon campus, which dates to our founding in 1926. Here you’ll find a wide variety of on-campus living quarters that incorporate comfort, security and community design to foster close relationships with your fellow students.

Brady Residence Hall


Located at the center of campus, Brady Residence Hall is home to more than 150 residents, plus two lounges, computer room and even an outdoor patio. Named after Sister Margaret Mary Brady, the College's first president, this residence hall is unique because it houses primarily double and triple rooms.

  • 153 residents from all academic years
  • Single rooms, small and large double rooms, triple rooms, and quad rooms. View the  room layout
  • Student lounges, computer lab, outdoor patio, laundry rooms
  • 1st and 2nd floors are community bathrooms; some 3rd floor rooms have in-room bath shared by 5-6 residents
  • Central heating system with individual room temperature control
 
 

Carondelet Hall


Carondelet Hall adjoins Brady Residential Hall, and features suite-style living: two bedrooms share a full bathroom. Centrally located, Carondelet is a five-story building named after the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, the founders of Mount St. Mary’s University.

  • 215 residents from all academic years; 14 male residents on the ground floor only (also known as the CASA)
  • Single suite, double suite in Carondelet; single rooms, small double and large double rooms in CASA. View the  room layout
  • Computer lab, laundry room, two student lounges, quiet study lounges, CASA male housing on the ground floor
  • Each suite in Carondelet features a full bathroom shared by two resident bedrooms; restrooms in the CASA are community style
  • Central heating system with individual room temperature control; each room includes a wall fan

Rossiter Hall


Just east of Mary Chapel is three-story Rossiter Hall and its commanding view of Los Angeles, the Getty Center and Westwood. Because most rooms are singles with half-baths, this is a quieter hall than the others.

  • 67 residents from all academic years
  • Primarily single rooms, with a small number of large double rooms. View the  room layout
  • Computer lab, kitchen, lounge, Haven Park (adjacent to Rossiter Hall)
  • Most single rooms include a half-bath (toilet and sink) showers are community; double rooms feature shared bathrooms
  • Central heating system; each room includes a wall fan
 
 

Yates and Aldworth Houses


MSMU’s “condominium”-style residence halls, Yates and Aldworth Houses feature open-space living with a central kitchen, lounge and dining area for a more home-like feel. Three stories in height, Yates and Aldworth are adjoined by Burns House, which is occupied by Sisters. Magnificat House residents also live in these buildings.

  • Yates houses 26 residents; Aldworth houses 19
  • Limited number of single rooms, small and large double rooms
  • Large kitchen, lounge and dining area; open design on 2nd and 3rd floors
  • Suite-style bathrooms
  • Central heating system with individual room temperature control; each room includes a wall fan