1926 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Mashuda Hall is a residence hall on the west side of campus which houses 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, Hall Minister, Resident Assistants, and a Facilities Manager.
Mashuda Room Layouts
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* Furniture and accessories not included.
Room Types / Bathroom
|Single Rooms||Private Bathrooms|
|Double Rooms||Private Bathrooms|
|Triple Rooms||Private Bathrooms|
|Quad Rooms||Private Bathrooms|
|Twin XL Beds||Desks / Bookshelves||Desk Chairs||Air Conditioning|
|Dressers||Closet / Wardrobe||Modular Furniture||Trash / Recycling Bins|
|Computer Lab||PrintWise||Game Room||Laundry Room|
|Piano Room||Lounges||Study Spaces||Cable / WiFi|
|Vending Machines||Kitchenette||Chapel||Study Spaces|
Hall Staff and Contact Information
|Residence Hall Director|
|Jesuit In Residence|
Where you'll stay
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.