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Stevens Hall

Stevens Hall is the fourth oldest building on campus. Open in 1868 as a preparatory school for the College, it is named for Thaddeus Stevens, one of the College's founders and author of the 14th amendment. Today, this historical building houses up to 40 students.

Each room in Stevens Hall has hard-wood floors and the windows have blinds.  Stevens Hall contains 5 bathrooms. Four bathrooms accommodate more than one person at a time and are single gender (male or female). One bathroom accommodates one person at a time and is gender-neutral.

Each room in Stevens Hall has a MicroFridge, at least one window with a shade, a bookshelf, and mirror. Each student is provided with an extra-long bed (39 inches x 80 inches x 6 1/2 inches), a desk and chair; a dresser and closet space. There is approximately 15 inches between the floor and the bottom of the bed. Students may loft or bunk their beds by acquiring the additional pieces necessary to do so. These pieces will be available in your building lobby during the first several weeks of the fall semester.

On the first floor is one single room, one triple room and two double rooms.  The second and third floors each have four double rooms and four triple rooms.

Helpful Facts:

Housing Rate Plan 4
Meal plan required Yes
Year built 1868
Capacity 48
Residential floors 3
Singles 1
Doubles 10
Triples 9
ADA accessible Partially
Elevator No
Open for Thanksgiving, Winter, and Spring Breaks No
Air conditioned No
Type of bed frame(s) in each room  Wood (can be bunked/lofted)
Microfridge in each room Yes
Laundry location First floor
Kitchen location First floor
Trash room location Exterior
Network connection (W=wireless, D=data jack) W & D
Television connection Campus Cable

Building type: Traditional Style Housing