The Monsignor Andrew J. McGowan Student Residence Hall is one of the newer buildings on campus and provides modern housing for residential students. It features large, shared lounges that connect McGowan to Alumnae Hall. The lower level of McGowan is home to CAPS (Counseling & Psychological Service Center) CAPS provides students with services such as individual counseling, group counseling, consultation sessions, referral services, and various workshops. The service center is open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday with weekend appointments available upon request.
Building honors beloved area leader
The building bears the name of Monsignor McGowan, a beloved Misericordia Trustee and Trustee Emeritus who provided leadership, dedication and humor throughout more than 25 years of valuable service to the campus. Monsignor embodied the spirit of the Religious Sisters of Mercy, the founders and sponsors of Misericordia, and their tenets of mercy, service, justice and hospitality.
The four-story, 27,650-square foot building helps form the campus quad, bordered by the Banks Student Life Center, the Mary Kintz Bevevino Library and the Sandy and Marlene Insalaco Hall.
McGowan Dorm Room
McGowan Hall serves as a home to 116 students. The suite-style rooms consist of two double rooms separated by a semi-private bathroom.
The atrium-like student lounge and entry way provide study room space and student activity areas critical to the growing residential community on campus. It offers students an enjoyable space to study, socialize and relax. The third and fourth floors of the building also feature social and quiet study lounges. As well as kitchenettes available for the convenience of students.