Rall Hall is home to 150 first-year women. This three story L-shaped building is centrally located on campus, just a few short blocks away from academic buildings and the athletic facilities. Directly across the street in Jefferson Plaza, many students sit and study, play different sports, or just enjoy the great outdoors. Rall is also connected to Kaufman Dining Hall, which is convenient for residents on bad weather days. Otherwise, Rall is walking distance from the center of lively downtown Naperville, where students can grab a bite to eat, shop, or enjoy a stroll along the River Walk.
Rall Hall is known for its creative hallway murals painted by the previous year's residents. Residents are encouraged to express their personalities and leave a part of themselves for the next year’s students to enjoy. The lounges are located in the center of each floor. They provide a location where students can study, watch movies or just relax with friends. For hundreds of first-year women, Rall Hall has been the beginning of a great residential experience at North Central College.