||Joseph G. Casey, president and director of the Hotel Casey and a graduate of St. Thomas High School
||Bellante and Clauss
||S. G. Mastriani
||Land donated by the Scranton Elks and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan B. Epstein. Construction was financed via a loan from the Federal Home and Housing Finance Agency's College Housing Program.
||11,809 sq ft
Casey Hall, Fitch Hall, Martin Hall, and McCourt Hall, collectively known as the "Lower Quad," were the first four student residences on campus. The four dormitories were constructed at a cost of $757,000 and provided housing for a total of 200 students.
"New U of S Residences Open to Public Friday," 2 September 1958.
"4 U of S Halls to Open," Scranton Tribune
3 September 1958: 3.
"Dorm Facilities Dedicated
3 October 1958: 6.
"The Building of a University
17 April 1972: 16-24.
"A Dorm by Any Other Name
22 November 1977: 13.