Hayes-Healy Residence Hall

Hayes-Healy Hall is one of two residence halls designed exclusively for first-year students. Here freshman can connect with new friends, take part in student programs, and discover a sense of belonging at USF.

History

Hayes-Healy Hall was constructed in 1966, during a major transformative phase at USF. Donated by Ramona Hayes-Healy and John Healy as a memorial to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Healy, Hayes-Healy Hall provided the first residence hall for female students at USF but became a co-ed residence in 2003. Located on the east end of campus, many Hayes-Healy rooms boast a spectacular view of downtown San Francisco.

Facts and Amenities

Population

  • First Year Students
  • Male and female residents
  • 400 residents

Building

  • 9 floors, each floor is single-sex
  • Doubles, and triples available

Location

  • Golden Gate Ave., between Masonic and Parker St.
  • Adjacent to Gillson Hall and Memorial Gym
  • Closest dining facility: The Market Cafe

Security

  • 24-hour front desk
  • Key card required to access building
  • Key card and code required to access rooms

Internet

  • Ethernet ports in each room
  • WiFi throughout building

Community Areas

  • 2 student lounges
  • Kitchen with refrigerator, stovetop, oven, and microwave
  • Laundry room (accepts coins and Don Dollars)

Recreation

  • Cable TV connector in each room
  • Flat screen TVs in lounges
  • Pool table
  • Ping pong table
  • Piano