This residence hall is named for Rev. Richard Schwietermann, C.PP.S., a Precious Blood priest murdered on a pastoral errand of mercy. Dedicated in 1963, Schwietermann is designated a "quiet study hall" with 24-hour quiet hours enforced, as it also houses C.PP.S. priests and brothers. With the Johnson Health and Wellness Center and the Admissions Welcome Center on the first floor, Schwietermann houses 40 upper-class men and women in double-occupancy, L-shaped rooms, with each room containing a private bathroom. All rooms are air-conditioned and have wired and wireless access to the local computer network.
- Restroom - 47 x 56.5 x 103
- Bed - 85.5 (l) x 38 (w)
- Bathtub - 35 x 34.5
- Closet - 81 (h) x 72 (w) x 27 (d)
- Desk - 42 (h) x 30 (w) x 24 (d)
- Window - 64 (h) x 62 (w)