Christopher and Margaret Condron Hall
The University of Scranton dedicated its new 386-bed sophomore residence hall, which opened in August 2008, in honor of Christopher '70 and Margaret Condron.
The 108,000 sq. ft, seven-story residence hall creates a cluster of sophomore housing to replicate the close housing arrangement experienced by first-year residential students at Scranton. The suite-style housing at Condron Hall, with four students living in two bedroom arrangements that share a bathroom, is consistent with the University’s other sophomore housing in Redington and Gavigan halls, which together provide 455 beds in neighboring buildings. Condron Hall also includes a multipurpose meeting room, shared kitchen spaces and shared multimedia lounges as well.
Standing outside Condron Hall are, from left, University President Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., Casey Condron, Margret Condron, Ph.D, Christopher "Kip" Condron, Lindsay Condron, Brett Condron, Erin Doucette, and Devin Condron.
Standing at the entrance to Condron Hall are from left Will Grogran, Mount Laurel, N.J, a resident of Condron Hall, who spoke on behalf of the students at the dedication ceremony; Anitra McShea, dean of students; Fr. Pilarz; Peggy Condron; Kip Condron; Patrick Leahy, vice president for university relations; and Christopher Doherty, Mayor of the City of Scranton.
A view from the top floor of Condron Hall that overlooks Redington Hall and the south side of the city of Scranton.