1926 W. Wisconsin Ave.

(414) 288-3100

Mashuda Hall is a residence hall on the west side of campus which houses approximately both first and second year students. It is co-ed by door The building consists of single, double, triple, and quad room-types and has 24/7 Security. The building has private bathrooms in each room. Staff in the building include a Residence Hall Director, 2 Hall Ministers, 15 Resident Assistants, and a Facilities Manager.


Building's History

In its previous life, the building was a hotel. The Beatles spent the night on Sept. 4, 1964, after playing to a screaming crowd at the Milwaukee Arena. The exact room John, Paul, George and Ringo stayed in is subject to debate, but it's believed to be somewhere on the seventh floor. Marquette purchased the building in 1980 and remodeled it in 2002, and it is named for university benefactor Josephine Hallman Mashuda.


Hall Staff

  • Full-time Residence Hall Director
  • One student Facilities Manager
  • Fifteen Resident Assistants
  • One Hall Minister
  • One Jesuit-in-Residence

Room Types

  • Singles, Doubles, Triples, and Quads
  • Co-ed by door

Bathroom Style

  • Private bathrooms

Room Amenities

  • Desk
  • Desk Chair
  • Bookshelf
  • Twin XL Bed
  • 3 Drawer Dresser
  • One Closet per student (wardrobe or closet)
  • 2 Trash Cans (recycle and trash) per room
  • Furniture can be lofted and ladders are available by request (first-come, first-serve)

Hall Amenities

  • Printer
  • Game Room with pool table and TV
  • TV Room
  • Piano Room
  • Laundry Room
  • Multiple Study Spaces
  • Chapel
  • Kitchenette
  • Mail Room
  • Vending Machine
  • Wi-Fi and Cable
  • Air Conditioning


Room Types Available

Mashuda Hall single room floorplan Mashuda Hall double room floorplan Mashuda Hall triple room floorplan Mashuda Hall quad room floorplan
Single Double Triple Quad