RESIDENCE LIFE

North Hall

North Hall houses first- and second-year men, contributing significantly to community development. Nestled in a row of pine trees, it creates the border on the northwest side of campus. Its close proximity to the dining hall and classroom buildings make the hall an appealing place to live. 

The building was extensively remodeled in 2001, and it provides residents with an excellent social and academic environment.

Facts

Building Structure
Three-story brick
Building Features
98 double rooms
One learning community assistant apartment
First floor lounge (ping pong, foosball)
Community bathrooms on each floor
Two computer labs (second and third floor)
Candy and pop machines
Laundry facilities
Two kitchenettes and one full kitchen
Wireless Internet and network connections in each room
Cable TV
Electronic security system
Room Specs
The dimensions of the suites are 13' 10" x 11' 10"
Carpet is neutral tones
Furnishings
All rooms are furnished with stackable modular furniture
All beds have extra long mattresses (78" long)
Appliances Allowed
Dorm-size refrigerator
Staffing
Six resident assistants, one learning community assistant, and one learning community area coordinator
Residents
First- and second-year men