Our Traditional Halls houses a large majority of our first year students. Students on the floor share a bathroom located down the hall. These halls have amenities such as pool tables, ping pong tables, pianos, computer labs, a larger laundry facilities, a main lounge, and study lounges on each floor. Our Traditional Halls are not air conditioned. However, if you have allergies or asthma and can provide documentation to OASIS by June 1 and are approved, we will supply you with a window unit for your room. Non-window units are not allowed.
Laurel Hall is one of our traditional residence halls and houses 207 students. Male students reside on the ground floor and floors one through three house male and female students. This hall houses the Honors Program and the STEM Living/Learning Community.
Contact the Resident Director at (570) 422-3620.
Lenape Hall is one of our traditional halls and houses 320 students. Male and female students reside side by side on floors 1-4, 5th and 6th floors are all female. Lenape Hall was recently renovated and reopened in August 2018.
Contact the Resident Director at (570) 422-3583.
Linden Hall is one of our traditional halls and houses 229 students. Ground floor is all female, first floor is co-ed by wing, second floor is all male and third floor is all female.
Contact the Resident Director at (570) 422-3123.
Minsi Hall is one of our traditional halls and houses 214 students. Male students reside on floors one and three, and female students reside on floors two and four. Minsi Hall is home to our Global Living Community, which houses our international students.
Contact the Resident Director at (570) 422-3729.
Shawnee Hall is one of our traditional halls and houses 223 students. Female students reside on the first and third floors, second floor is coed by wing. All rooms are permanent triple rooms. This hall houses several student organization offices in the basement, and the LGBTQA Center on the main floor.