Residence Hall Detail
Haffey Hall is named after Reverend Hugh J. Haffey C.S.B., one of the founders of St. John Fisher College. Haffey Hall was constructed in 1966. Father Haffey selected and purchased the college's first 70 acres. It was under Father Haffey that the diocesan campaign was launched, which successfully raised more than $1 million for the first building.
Renovated in the summer of 2001, Haffey Hall provides housing for approximately 200 first year students. Each room accommodates up to three residents, and floors are arranged with two rooms connected by bathroom facilities. There is also one quad type room and one standard triple room per floor. The security office and the main dining hall are on the main floor, and the student mail room is located on the ground floor. Student lounges and laundry facilities are located on every floor.
Year Built: 1966
Hall Population: 275
Floor Plan: Corridor style. Standard triple, rebate triple, double, quad. Connecting bathrooms.
Resident Assistants: 8
Student Population: Freshmen
Gender: Male and female by room.
Amenities: Main Dining Hall. TV lounge on each floor, free laundry facilities, vending machines, elevator, wireless internet.
Fire Safety: Smoke detectors, sprinkler system and alarms.
Avg. Room Size (Double/Triple Rebate Rooms): 12' x 18'
Avg. Room Size (Quad Rooms): 20' x 24'
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
Named after Reverend Hugh J. Haffey, C.S.B., one of the founders of St. John Fisher College. Father Haffey selected and purchased the College's first 70 acres. It was under Father Haffey that the Diocesan campaign was launched, which successfully raised more than $1 million for the first building.