Residence Life

Clark Hall

Clark Hall Conveniently located on campus

Quick Facts

Built: 1955

Occupancy: 85, coed by floor, mostly double rooms with very few singles and a few triples. There are 5 RA's and an RD in the building.

Meal Plan: Choice of #1 or #2 required.

Cost: $1,600 per semester for a space in a double room, meal plan extra.

Clark Hall is a typical residence hall with shared bedrooms where you have a bathroom and shower room on each floor. You may have a microwave and a small refrigerator in your room. The hall is heated by steam heat and there are window air conditioners. The building was built in 1955 and has cinderblock outerwalls.  Carpet and windows were recently updated. There is a laundry room and conveneince kitchen in the basement. The kitchen has a stove, two microwaves, and a George Foreman grill. Please refer to Frequently Asked Questions for further details.

Clark Hall's Features:

  • Wireless internet access included
  • Basic cable included in main floor and basement lounge
  • Local telephone included
  • Steam heat
  • Window A/C units in each room
  • Large walk-in closet in most rooms
  • Seperate study/sleeping area in most roomsClark Hall Floor Plan
  • Ping Pong Table in main lounge
  • Board games, sporting equipment, and outdoor games for students to use
  • Small kitchen in basement with stove and microwave
  • Laundry facilities (free) in basement
  • Vacuum cleaner on each floor for student use
  • TV lounge in basement with 50" television
  • Mailboxes in main lounge
  • Must choose meal plan #1 or #2
  • Houses a total of 85 men and women, coed by wing
  • Please note, the basement rooms (female floor) does not have the seperate study/sleeping area and also has movable closets.

Furnishings:  The College supplies the following furnishings for each student-

  • 1 extra long twin-sized bed
  • 1 desk and desk chair
  • 1 dresser (either stand alone or under the bed)
  • 1 closet

Cost: $1,600 per semester for a double room, Meal Plan #1 or #2 required

Clark Hall room with students

Example of the desks and bureau.

Clark Hall Room-desks

Example of separation between rooms with bunk beds in separate room.