Residence Life: Fields Hall & Schoenfeldt Hall
Fields Hall is named after Fred and the late Suzanne (Sue) Fields. Schoenfeldt Hall is named after the late Rev. Arthur ("Padre") Schoenfeldt, C.S.C., a longtime University priest who passed away in December of 2007. Mrs. Fields and Rev. Schoenfeldt were sister and brother. Although one building, these two residence halls have very unique and distinct identities. Fields Hall is designated as female wings and Schoenfeldt Hall as male wings. The residence halls opened in August 2009 and are the first LEED Gold certified residence halls on campus.
Shared amenities of Fields Hall and Schoenfeldt Hall include one front desk, 24-hour common space lounges, wing-specific study rooms, workout room, kitchenette & dining area, chapel, and outdoor plaza. Student storage and bicycle parking is also available to residents of both halls in shared spaces. Each hall has its own staff, hall council, and weekly Mass. Views from the residence halls include the Willamette River, the St. John's Bridge, and Mount Hood. Outdoors there are sand volleyball and basketball courts for student use.
What is the average size of a Fields Hall or Schoenfeldt Hall traditional double room? 12' x 15' - 180 square feet
What is the average size of a Fields Hall or Schoenfeldt Hall suite? 16' x 16' - 256 square feet, not including the entryway
How are double rooms/suites in Fields Hall or Schoenfeldt Hall laid out? Beds may be bunked or lofted. Wardrobes are movable in traditional double rooms; suites have built-in closets. Desks are movable. Most rooms have laminate floors.