Mashuda hall

Mashuda Hall

In its previous life, the building was a hotel. The Beatles spent the night on Sept. 4, 1964, after playing to a screaming crowd at the Milwaukee Arena. The exact room John, Paul, George and Ringo stayed in is subject to debate, but it's believed to be somewhere on the seventh floor. Marquette purchased the building in 1980 and remodeled it in 2002, and it is named for university benefactor Josephine Hallman Mashuda.

Mashuda Hall is a seven-story high-rise residence hall featuring the following amenities:

  • Private baths with cups, soap and towels
  • Air conditioning
  • Extra-long twin beds with linens
  • Dressers
  • Closets with hangers
  • Desks with chair
  • Alarm clock/radio
  • Free wireless Internet access
  • In-room micro-fridge units (by reservation only)
  • Iron and ironing boards available at front desk
  • Common space on first floor
  • Common space and kitchenette on lower level
  • Computer lab on lower level
  • Parking (nightly rate)
  • 24-hour desk service
  • Security
  • Coin-operated laundry
  • Vending machines

To inquire about guest housing, dining services and meeting facilities for your summer conference or other program, please contact us.