St. Charles Hall

Easily identified, the gothic, romanesque structure that is informally known as “Charlies” presides over the campus and was the first structure built in 1909 when Carroll College opened its doors. This turn of the century, four-story sturcture was built with red porphyry stone with a red tile roof. In the early 1900's St. Charles was the dormitory, classrooms, dining hall, library, and faculty offices and residences.

Now St. Charles houses up to 230 students in the main and south wings. Both men and women will find opportunities to live in single, double, triple- or quad-occupancy rooms. Each room is slightly different, each having its own unique characteristics. Rooms vary in size and shape. Some are carpeted, some have the original wood flooring, and some are tiled. Charlies offers some of the most breath-taking views on campus.

St. Charles houses the President's Office and Marketing and Communications Department. The Honors Programs, classrooms and several academic programs also call Charlies home. "Old North", now houses the new All Saints Chapel, which opened in Fall 2017.

Tales about unique people and events have floated through the halls passing from student to students, year after year - Why is this door locked? What is the noise in that room? Are there shadows in the windows? - all with a hint of intrigue.