Corr Hall

Corr Hall, one of Villanova’s more picturesque buildings, is a multifaceted structure that serves the University as a residence hall, administrative offices including Greek Life and a chapel. Built in 1914 to house the Augustinian seminary, Corr Hall was named in honor of Bernard Corr, a benefactor of the University.

Corr Hall is home to approximately 50 sophomore men and women residents. Further, the Office for Fraternity and Sorority Life, Center for Peace and Justice, and the Office for Mission and Ministry make their homes in Corr Hall.