Holy Cross is the all-male residence hall at King's. The twelve-story building was built in 1966, and is the first residence hall to be built on the King's College campus. Renovated during the 2007-2008 academic year, Holy Cross has eleven floors for use by students of all class years, including graduate students, while the 12th floor is home to the Fr. Donald Grimes, C.S.C. Memorial Chapel, and a living-learning classroom space. Featuring traditional double style rooms with one common bathroom on each floor, each floor also has its own common television lounge.
Other amenities include:
- Connection to cable TV and wireless access to the internet
- Twin XL bed, desk, desk chair, dresser and closet for each resident
- Tile floors and window blinds
- Laundry facilities
- Computer lab located in the lobby
- 24-hour staffed security desk
- Housekeeping in all common areas
- ID card access to the building and elevators
- ADA accessible
- Room dimensions: 16'1" x 10'3" x 8'