||St. Edmund Campion, a 17th-century Jesuit scholar and martyr
||Gilboy, Skibinsky, Giambetti, Stoffo, and Bellante (GSGS&B)
||Pettinato and Berchanti
||26,000 sq ft
Campion Hall is a two-story structure located on the grounds of the Scranton Estate that serves as a residence for the Scranton Jesuit community. The building features 31 bedrooms, an interior garden, an office, kitchen and dining facilities, and a chapel. Nearby is Martyrs Grove, a memorial honoring the Jesuit martyrs of El Salvador, dedicated November 16, 2000.
Prior to the construction of Campion Hall, the primary residence for the Scranton Jesuit community was the Estate itself, but in the 1980s it could only accommodate 17 of the then 36-member community.
"New Jesuit Residence May Be Built This Year
17 April 1985: 1.
"U of S Plans New Jesuit House
," Scranton Times
18 April 1985. (On-campus access only)