Ward Hall is named after Sarah Cort Ward, a native Rochesterian and one of St. John Fisher College's first major benefactors. The hall houses first-year and upperclass students in triple, double, and quad rooms.
Ward Hall provides housing facilities for approximately 200 students. Each room accommodates up to three residents, and floors are arranged with two rooms connected by bathroom facilities. There is also one quad room and one standard triple room per floor. First-year students are housed on the third, fourth and fifth floors. Upperclass students are on the second and third floors. The main dining hall is located on the main floor. Student lounges, laundry facilities, and cooking facilities are located on most floors of the building.
Year Built: 1963
Hall Population: 230
Floor Plan: Corridor style. Standard triple, rebate triple, double and quad rooms. Connecting bathrooms.
Resident Assistants: 8.
Student Population: Two floors upperclass and transfer students. Two floors freshmen.
Gender: Male and female by room.
Amenities: Main dining hall. TV lounge and kitchen on each floor, free laundry facilities, vending machines, elevator, wireless internet.
Fire Safety: Smoke detectors, sprinkler system, and alarms.
Avg. Room Size (Double/Rebate Triple Rooms): 12' x 17'
Avg. Room Size (Quad Rooms): 19' x 23'
Heating/Cooling: Building wide heating, no air conditioning.
Furniture: One twin extra-long bed, desk, dresser, closet per resident. Beds may be bunked and/or lofted.
Mattress Size: 84" long, 37" wide