Housing Details

Hazlett Hall

Hazlett HallHazlett Hall is part of the quarry suites complex, one of 11 apartment-style residence halls for upperclass students, is located on the northwest side of campus. The complex consists of four buildings, Hazlett Hall, Haaland Hall, West Hall, and Corkran Hall.

Hazlett Hall is named after Adam J. Hazlett, a 1910 Gettysburg College graduate.  Mr. Hazlett was on the list of Distinguished Alumni in 1965.

Each apartment in Hazlett Hall has a kitchenette (includes a full-size refrigerator, sink, microwave and cabinet space for storage) which is not equipped with dinnerware and cookware.  There are three stools around the end of the kitchen counter-top for a dining area.  A common kitchen with a stove and oven is located on the second floor of the building.

Each apartment has its own bathroom which includes a separate shower area, a toilet area with a sink and mirror and a third area with a larger vanity and mirror.  The bathroom accommodates one person at a time and is gender-neutral.

Each bedroom is carpeted, has built-in closet space, and has one window with a blind. 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. The beds have three notches on each bed end to adjust the height of the bed. The first notch is approximately 13 inches off the floor; the second (middle) notch is approximately 18 inches off the floor; the third notch is approximately 23 inches off the floor. Students may also loft or bunk their beds by acquiring the additional pieces necessary to do so. Lofting the bed allows for furniture such as the dresser, desk, and desk chair to slide underneath the bed. The additional pieces to loft/bunk your bed will be available in your building common space during the first several weeks of the fall semester. During the rest of the year, the pieces can be requested by submitting a Facilities Helpdesk request.

The living room is carpeted and the furniture generally consists of a 3-person sofa, one chair, a coffee table and an end table.  Each living room also has one window with a blind.


Helpful Facts:

Housing Rate Plan 1 and 3
Meal plan required Yes
Year built 1999
Capacity 65
Residential floors 3
Number of 5-person apartments (all single bedrooms) 6
Number of 5-person apartments (1 single & 2 doubles) 3
Number of 6-person apartments (4 singles & 1 double) 1
Number of 7-person apartments (5 singles & 1 double) 2
Type of bed frame(s) in each bedroom Wood (can be bunked/lofted)
Bathroom within each apartment Yes
Kitchen within each apartment Partial
Building kitchen location 2nd floor
ADA accessible Yes
Elevator Yes
Open for Thanksgiving, Winter, and Spring Breaks No
Air conditioned Yes
Laundry location 3rd floor
Trash location 1st floor
Wireless connection (W=wireless, D=data jack) W & D