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Residence Halls

Crissey | DeWaters | Harmon | Hoben | Severn | Trowbridge

Crissey Hall

Crissey Hall is an upper class living community and located on the north-east end of campus. Crissey offers suite-style living with an open community feel. Students enjoy hanging out in the grassy area in front of Crissey during fall and spring days, playing Frisbee, grilling out with friends, or just sitting on a blanket reading or socializing. Crissey Hall is also conveniently located right next to the Natatorium.

Room Types

  • Six-person, single gender or co-ed suites comprise two single bedrooms, two double bedrooms (students sharing double rooms must be of the same gender), a common lounge and a bathroom shared by students of the same gender.
  • Five-person suites comprise one single bedroom, two double bedrooms (students sharing double rooms must be of the same gender), a common lounge and a bathroom.
  • One two-room triple with a private bathroom shared by students of the same gender.
  • The College does not keep specific room dimensions.

Room Furniture:

  • The furniture in the bedrooms is built in (except for the triple, which has movable furniture).
  • Each bedroom comes with the following for each resident: bed with mattress (extra long sheets recommended), drawers for storage, wardrobe, desk with bookshelf and light and desk chair.
  • Each lounge area comes with end tables, coffee tables, chairs and a couch or loveseat.
  • College owned furniture needs to remain in the suites and cannot be removed.

Other information about Crissey Hall

  • All floors are tile and students are welcome to bring area rugs or carpet remnants if they wish. However, the College does not permit the use of carpet tape on the floors due to the damage to the tile.
  • Windows are double hung, double paned windows with built in mini blinds.
  • All bedrooms have one cable TV connection and Ethernet ports (one per student). However, the entire building is also equipped with wireless computer capabilities.
  • All bedrooms have one telephone connection with local telephone service. Students are responsible for bringing their own telephone. Long distance calls can be made with calling cards.
  • Crissey Hall is equipped with a fire sprinkler system.
  • Crissey has a large basement lounge with a TV area, a foosball table. It is a great area for residents to both study and socialize.
  • A large full kitchen with two stoves, microwave, sink and refrigerator is available to Crissey residents.

DeWaters Hall

DeWaters Hall is an upper class community located on the south-west side of campus at the "top of the hill" next to the Chapel. DeWaters is the smallest hall on campus. Students in DeWaters enjoy the close-knit feel of the small community.

Room Types:

  • Large double rooms with a connected shared bath. Each bathroom has a shower/tub combination. The bathroom is shared with the people of the same gender who live in the double next door.
  • One ADA room with its own bathroom.

Room Furniture:

  • All room furniture in DeWaters Hall is movable, allowing students the opportunity to personalize their space.
  • Each room comes with the following for each resident: bed with mattress (extra long sheets recommended), dresser, closet, desk with bookshelf and light, and desk chair.
  • Beds have various height adjustments and can be bunked. Some students choose to build lofts.
  • College owned furniture needs to remain in the rooms and cannot be removed.

Other information about DeWaters Hall

  • All floors are tile and students are welcome to bring area rugs or carpet remnants if they wish. However, the College does not permit the use of carpet tape on the floors due to the damage to the tile.
  • Windows are double hung, double paned windows with built in mini blinds.
  • All rooms have one cable TV connection and Ethernet ports (one per student). However, the entire building is also equipped with wireless computer capabilities.
  • All rooms have one telephone connection with local telephone service. Students are responsible for bringing their own telephone. Long distance calls can be made with calling cards.
  • DeWaters Hall is equipped with a fire sprinkler system.
  • DeWaters has a lounge on each floor. The first floor lounge has a TV and a foosball table, the second floor lounge has a TV area and a large piano, and the third and fourth floor lounges serve as study lounges. Students living in DeWaters enjoy the variety of lounges that enable them to not only have quiet spaces to study, but also spaces to socialize and get to know their neighbors.
  • DeWaters has laundry facilities located on the first floor. Vending machines are available on the second floor.
    There are two full kitchens available for all DeWaters residents to use. Kitchens can be found on the first and second floors and are equipped with a stove, microwave, refrigerator, and sink.

Harmon Hall

Harmon Hall

Harmon Hall is both a first-year and upper class community located right on Academy Street next to Anderson Athletic Center. Harmon offers the widest variety of living options on campus. Harmon students enjoy a large front patio area complete with picnic tables, benches and a grill. It is a great place to relax with friends or to be outdoors to read or study.

Room Types:

  • Quads (two bedrooms with two beds each and a study lounge) with either private bathroom or community bathroom - shared by students of the same gender.
  • Single rooms (all community bathroom).
  • Two-room doubles (one bedroom with two beds and a study lounge) with a shared bathroom. The bathroom is shared with the people of the same gender who live in the two-room double next door.
  • One two-room triple with a bathroom - shared by students of the same gender..
  • The College does not keep specific room dimensions.

Room Furniture:

  • The furniture in the bedrooms is movable (with the exception of most bedrooms which have built in dressers).
  • Each bedroom comes with the following for each resident: bed with mattress (extra long sheets recommended), dresser (sometimes shared), closet, desk with bookshelf and light, and desk chair.
  • Beds can be bunked and some students choose to build lofts.
  • College owned furniture needs to remain in the suites and cannot be removed.

Other information about Harmon Hall

  • All floors are tile and students are welcome to bring area rugs or carpet remnants if they wish. However, the College does not permit the use of carpet tape on the floors due to the damage to the tile.
  • Windows are double hung, double paned windows with built in mini blinds.
  • Harmon Hall is equipped with a fire sprinkler system.
  • All bedrooms have one cable TV connection and Ethernet ports (one per student). However, the entire building is also equipped with wireless computer capabilities.
  • All bedrooms have one telephone connection with local telephone service. Students are responsible for bringing their own telephone. Long distance calls can be made with calling cards.
  • Harmon Hall has a large main floor lounge with a TV area, as well as two large fireplaces at both ends of the lounge. It is a popular space for Harmon residents to gather for socials, as well as to study.
  • Laundry facilities for Harmon residents are located in the basement.
  • A kitchenette with a stove, microwave, sink and vending machines is also available to Harmon residents on the main floor.

Hoben Hall

 

 

 

Hoben Hall

Hoben Hall is a first-year community and the most centrally located residence hall on campus, resting right at the base of the quad. Many Hoben residents enjoy beautiful views of the quad from their rooms, and the hall is close to virtually everything on campus.

Room Types:

Doubles, singles and two triples with community bathrooms- same gender by floors and wings.

  • One ADA four person suite with two bedrooms, a lounge (with a loveseat, chair and end tables) and private bathroom shared by students of the same gender.
  • The College does not keep specific room dimensions.

Room Furniture:

  • The furniture in the bedrooms is built in (with the exception of the ADA suite which has movable furniture).
  • Each bedroom comes with the following for each resident: bed with mattress (extra long sheets recommended), drawers for storage, wardrobe with ample storage space, desk with bookshelf and light, and desk chair.
  • College owned furniture needs to remain in the rooms and cannot be removed.

Other information about Hoben Hall

  • All floors are tile and students are welcome to bring area rugs or carpet remnants if they wish. However, the College does not permit the use of carpet tape on the floors due to the damage to the tile.
  • Windows are double hung, double paned windows with shades.
  • All bedrooms have one cable TV connection and Ethernet ports (one per student). However, the entire building is also equipped with wireless computer capabilities.
  • All bedrooms have one telephone connection with local telephone service. Students are responsible for bringing their own telephone. Long distance calls can be made with calling cards.
  • Hoben Hall has a large window-lined lounge area that runs the length of the building along the bottom of the quad. Two fireplaces, one at each end of the lounge, make this a favorite spot on cold winter nights.
  • Behind the main lounge is a large outdoor porch with a picnic table and a grill for Hoben residents to use and enjoy.
  • A TV lounge for Hoben residents is located in the basement. Students enjoy watching their favorite shows as a group and playing games around the table.
  • Hoben has laundry facilities located in the basement.
  • A large full kitchen with a stove, microwave, refrigerator and vending machines is also available to Hoben residents adjacent to the main lounge.
  • Hoben Hall is equipped with a fire sprinkler system

Severn Hall

Severn Hall

Severn Hall is an upperclassman community and located on the north-east end of campus. Severn offers the popular suite-style living. Because of its unique design, with two separate towers on either side of the building, small groups of suites are able to develop tight floor communities, often connecting with one another for studying or socializing. Severn Hall is also conveniently located right across the street from the tennis courts.

Room Types:

  • Six-person suites comprise two single bedrooms, two double bedrooms, a common lounge and a bathroom shared by students of the same gender.
  • Five-person suites comprise one single bedroom, two double bedrooms, a common lounge and a bathroom shared by students of the same gender.
  • The College does not keep specific room dimensions.

Room Furniture:

  • The furniture in the bedrooms is built in.
  • Each bedroom comes with the following for each resident: bed with mattress (extra long sheets recommended), drawers for storage, wardrobe, desk with bookshelf and light , and desk chair.
  • Each suite lounge area comes with end tables, coffee tables, chairs and a couch or loveseat.
  • College owned furniture needs to remain in the suites and cannot be removed.
  • Other information about Severn Hall

    • All floors are tile and students are welcome to bring area rugs or carpet remnants if they wish. However, the College does not permit the use of carpet tape on the floors due to the damage to the tile.
    • Windows are double hung, double paned windows with built in mini blinds.
    • All bedrooms have one cable TV connection and Ethernet ports (one per student). However, the entire building is also equipped with wireless computer capabilities.
    • All bedrooms have one telephone connection with local telephone service. Students are responsible for bringing their own telephone. Long distance calls can be made with calling cards.
    • Severn Hall is equipped with a fire sprinkler system.
    • Severn has two basement lounges, both with wireless computer access. One lounge has a TV and two ping pong tables. The two lounges are frequent locations for hall programs, informal socializing and studying.
    • A full kitchen with stove, microwave, refrigerator and sink is located adjacent to the basement lounge. Vending machines are also available.
    • Laundry facilities are located in the basement.

    Trowbridge Hall

     

     

    Trowbridge Hall

    Trowbridge Hall is a first-year community and is located on the west side of campus. Trowbridge is the largest residence hall on campus. Trowbridge Hall offers residents numerous gathering spaces and is a vibrant community. The large natural area in front of the residence hall is the perfect location for hanging out with friends at the picnic tables, grilling out, or relaxing with a book in a spot under one of the many trees.

    Room Types:

    • Double rooms with a connected shared bath. Each bathroom has a shower/tub combination. The bathroom is shared with the people of the same gender who live in the double next door.
    • Double and single rooms with same gender community baths by wing (most rooms are this type).
    • Two two-room triples with private bathroom shared by students of the same gender.

    Room Furniture:

    • All room furniture in Trowbridge Hall is movable, allowing students the opportunity to personalize their space.
    • Each room comes with the following for each resident: bed with mattress (extra long sheets recommended), dresser, closet, desk, and desk chair.
    • Beds have various height adjustments and can be bunked. Some students choose to build lofts.
    • College owned furniture needs to remain in the rooms and cannot be removed.

    Other information about Trowbridge Hall

    • All floors are tile and students are welcome to bring area rugs or carpet remnants if they wish. However, the College does not permit the use of carpet tape on the floors due to the damage to the tile.
    • Windows are double hung, double paned windows with built in mini blinds.
    • All rooms have one cable TV connection and Ethernet ports (one per student) However, the entire building is also equipped with wireless computer capabilities.
    • All rooms have one telephone connection with local telephone service. Students are responsible for bringing their own telephone. Long distance calls can be made with calling cards.
    • Trowbridge Hall is equipped with a fire sprinkler system.
    • Trowbridge has a kitchenette located on each floor (4 total) with stove, microwave and sink. The first floor has a second kitchenette with a microwave and sink.
    • Trowbridge Hall has multiple lounges for studying and socializing. The main lounge has a large piano, a fireplace, and comfortable rocking chairs. The basement lounge is a TV lounge where many students like to gather to watch their favorite shows. There is also a pool table in a second basement lounge. There are additional study lounges on the first, second, and third floors.
    • The laundry room is located in the basement.