Upperclass Area Residence Halls

Bryant Hall

Bryant Hall One of the smaller residence halls on campus, Bryant provides housing accommodations for approximately 45 students in a variety of class years on four floors. Bryant is located near the West Gate entrance of the college near Knight Auditorium and the Webster Center. The hall consists of single and double occupancy rooms with all double rooms containing private kitchen and bathroom areas. Other hall amenities include a common lounge area with television, public kitchen areas on each floor including full size refrigerator and freezer, stove top burners and common laundry room facilities. Bryant is the home to 24-hour quiet living.

Single: $5,045
Double Studio Apartments: $5,230

Mandell Family Hall

Mandell Family HallThe newest residence hall on campus located across from the Trim Parking Lot and next to Putney Hall, Mandell Family Hall was built and opened in the fall of 2006. This five level, brick faced and modern designed hall provides housing accommodations for approximately 124 students and contains a multitude of features for residents. All rooms are four person suite style living in nature where each suite area contains one common living area for all four people to enjoy as well as four individual bedrooms within the entire suite. Other amenities include several common rooms located throughout the hall, a common area kitchen, two main common lounge areas including a gas fireplace and full size billiards table, recycling and trash closets and common laundry room facilities. All residents must be 21 years of age or at least junior class status in order to have the opportunity to live in Mandell Family Hall.

Single Suite: $5,230

McCullough Hall

McCullough HallConsisting of three separate, brick faced, non-connected buildings of three floors each, McCullough A, B and C towers provide housing accommodations for approximately 108 residents altogether and are located next to Pietz Hall and across from Putney Hall. All three towers have the exact same floor plan and all rooms in each of the three towers are six person suite style living in nature where each suite area contains one common living area for all six people to enjoy as well as six individual bedrooms within the entire suite. All residents must be 21 years of age or at least junior class status in order to have the opportunity to live in any of the McCullough towers.

Single Suite: $5,045

Pietz Hall

Pietz Hall​This four level, brick faced residence community provides housing accommodations for approximately 104 residents and is located next to McCullough A-Tower and across from Canfield D-Tower. Most rooms are six person suite style living in nature where each suite area contains one common living area for all six people to enjoy as well as six individual bedrooms within the entire suite. Additionally, each suite contains a kitchen area including stove top burners, sink, full size refrigerator and freezer and counter top and cabinet space. Other amenities in the hall include a common lounge area with a television and pool table as well as common laundry room facilities on each floor. All residents must be 21 years of age or at least junior class status in order to have the opportunity to live in Pietz Hall.

Single Suite: $5,045

Woodland Hill 9 and 10

Woodland Hill 10

Woodland Hill 9

Woodland Hill 9 and 10 provides housing accommodations for approximately 40 upper class students on two floors in each building. Rooms are double occupancy studio apartments with a full kitchen setup and private bathroom. Since the rooms have a full kitchen, students are not required to be on the college meal plan.

Double: $5,230

Residence Life Staff

Aaron Hartman

Area Director, Upperclass Area

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