McKibbin Hall is a three-story traditional residence hall which houses up to 200 men. The majority of the rooms are doubles furnished with twin beds, dressers, desks and chairs. McKibbin features Internet access, cable TV (65 channels), recreation room with pool table, a large outdoor patio and yard area. McKibbin’s Main Lounge is equipped with vending machines, a sunken fireplace, lounge furniture and cable television. The atmosphere of the main lounge is conducive to studying, relaxing, conversation and quiet socializing with friends.
Just off the Lobby is a room equipped with an upright piano, tables and chairs. It provides a place where relaxation and studying have priority over other activities.
The Lower Lounge is used for more active kinds of recreation, including a pool table, foosball table, ping pong table, charcoal grill and patio furniture outside on the Lower Lounge are for use by students.
A limited number of rooms with air conditioning are available to students with a documented medical need. These are available on a first come, first served basis and have an additional cost of $100 per student, per semester.
New in 2006, Nemitz Suites offers upper class students apartment-style living right on campus. Each air-conditioned unit is fully furnished and offers each resident their own private bedroom. Each suite houses four students, has two bathrooms and a furnished common living area. They are also equipped with a kitchenette, which includes a full-sized microwave and refrigerator.
Scheaffer-Trieschmann Hall (S-T Hall)
ST hall houses about 200 women and features a pool table, ping pong table, vending machines and TV.
There is a kitchenette in the S-T Lobby Basement. It is equipped with a refrigerator, microwave, table, chairs and basic cooking equipment.A limited number of rooms with air conditioning are available to students with a documented medical need. These are available on a first come, first served basis and have an additional cost of $100 per student, per semester.