McKay is the largest suite-style building on the LMU campus, housing over 300 first-year and sophomore students. This four-story, suite-style residence hall on the south campus is mostly comprised of two, double occupancy rooms joined by a semi-private bathroom. The building is named for Raymunde McKay, RSHM, who was the president of Marymount College when it merged with Loyola University in 1973. McKay is also home to Iggy's Café, a popular restaurant on campus that serves burgers, fries, and more.
Details for McKay Hall
- Building Type: Suite-style Residence Hall, Co-ed by unit
- Location: Near Hannon and Tendrich Apartments; next to Leavey Field and Burns Fine Art Center
- Built: 1968 (renovated in 2008)
- # of Student Beds: 313
- Approximate Dimensions: Double: 10.5’ x 11’
- Features: Laundry Rooms, Water Bottle Filling Stations, Cloud-based Printer, 3 Study Rooms, Main Lounge with Pool Table, and Community Kitchen
- Elevator: Yes
|Furniture Per Student|
|1 - XL Twin Bed|
|1 - Dresser|
|1 - Desk|
|1 - Desk Chair|
|1 - Bookshelf|
|1 - Desk Island with Lock|
|Furniture Per Room|
|1 - Shared Closet|
ROOMIE: Explore a suite-style McKay room using the link below. Furniture can be arranged, items can be measured and products can be purchased to prepare the perfect environment for your experience in Lion Nation!
Please note: While these are default layouts and measured accurately, individuals rooms are subject to variation and measurements are approximate.