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Krasa Student Center Dining Room
Spacious and accommodating with seating for as many as 800 guests, yet decorated like a cozy Mediterranean cafe with well appointed tables, couches and chairs, the Krasa Student Center Dining Room features a sweeping panorama of well-tended lawns and woods and an unequalled view overlooking the north end of campus. Don't need that much space? The Main Dining Room can also be partitioned for more intimate gatherings from 10 to 100 people. Host your next function in style and comfort at the Krasa Student Center Dining Room.
Krasa Fireside Lounge
Planning a small reunion? A cozy gathering of co-workers or family? Or just need space to get together following a business meeting elsewhere on campus? The Krasa Student Center Fireside Lounge features intimate space for cocktails and networking, or room for your group or organization to entertain that special speaker.
Krasa Presentation Room
Start your business event or meeting in the adjacent Krasa Presentation Room which features arena-style seating for up to 120 people, as well as audio-visual and Wi-Fi capabilities and 12-by-12 foot screen.
Need to get away from the office without leaving town? Host your next business retreat in one of our 45 classrooms. Each classroom seats between 18 and 52 people and is equipped with a computer, projector, and screen. Additional audio-visual equipment may be requested at an additional charge. Benedictine also has three lecture halls and three computer labs at your disposal.
Jaeger Hall is located right next to the Krasa Center. Jaeger hosts five computer terminals with Internet access and a printer on the first floor. It also has an entertainment system in the second floor lounge. Jaeger Hall houses a total of 125 students on four floors.
Neuzil Hall is the northernmost hall and is closest to the Dan and Ada Rice Center. The hall consists of suite-style rooms, each housing a total of four students for a total building population of 158 students. Each suite is carpeted and consists of two bedrooms and one bath with shower. It hosts a computer learning/resource center in its basement with ten computer terminals with Internet access and a printer. Neuzil Hall is an upper-class co-educational residence hall for returning students.
Ondrak Hall is located on the south end of campus. It has five computer terminals with Internet access and a printer on the second floor. Ondrak also offers carpeted rooms and a relaxing lounge with an entertainment system on the first floor. The occupancy is all male, with a capacity of 179 students.
The Founders’ Woods Apartment Community is part of Residence Life which offers the perfect combination of luxury and convenience. Our one, two and four bedroom apartment homes present additional residency options to students at an affordable cost.
Founders’ Woods apartment homes are spacious, well designed and beautifully furnished with all the amenities you would expect from a luxury apartment community in the Lisle area. However, you will quickly realize the enhanced environment that Founders’ Woods provides. Our apartment homes stand apart from all other communities. These apartment homes are conveniently located at Benedictine University, an easy walk to any place on campus.
Flexible spaces and a great atmosphere - Benedictine University's Coal Ben has it all. One side is a trendy, pub-like eatery with four TV screens and a bar/coffee shop connected to a large out door patio area, perfect for gathering up to 100 friends, family, or co-workers. The other side features an open seating area that can accommodate up to 80 people. A giant projection screen is perfect for watching the next big game. No matter what the occasion - birthday, bar mitzvah, bridal shower or business meeting - check out the Coal Ben.
Located just a few minutes from the Benedictine University's main campus in Lisle and conveniently situated near I-88 (Ronald Reagan Tollway) and Naperville Road, the Moser Center campus on Diehl Road in Naperville offers six classrooms equipped with flex seating or nova workstations ideal for workshops, conferences and presentations for smaller groups. Classrooms can accommodate from 20 to 100 students. Each classroom is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including Smartboards. The Moser Center also offers convenient parking and a cafe featuring wireless internet and internet workstations.