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Residence Hall- Dorms Quick Facts
  • Single and double occupancy rooms available
  • The bedroom is fully furnished
  • Full bathroom in each room
  • Shared lounge, kitchen, and laundry on each floor

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  • Requirements (subject to change each year)
  • Required for all single, undergraduate students under 23 years of age
  • Must be enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours per semester
  • All residents are required to be on a meal plan

What is Included for each resident:

  • Bed and mattress (single occupancy: full size; double occupancy: twin size)
  • Desk and desk chair
  • Storage drawers (single occupancy: dresser; double occupancy: drawers under the bed)
  • Large closet

Philadelphia Hall Apartments:


Single Bedroom: Click HERE for floor plan

Double Bedroom: Click HERE for floor plan

Philly Hall Quick Facts:
  • Single and double room on campus apartments available.
  • Unfurnished
  • Full or 3/4 bathroom in each apartment.
  • Sink & Vanity in each bedroom.
  • Shared laundry room on each floor in each wing.

Philly Availability:

  • Available for staff, graduate students, married students, and students over 23 years of age.
  • Undergraduate students under 23 years may be accepted as tenants pending results of appeals process with deans.
  • Leases run month to month and are prorated for move-in.
  • At least 30 days’ notice is required prior to move out and rent for move out is prorated for the first 10 days of the month.
  • Maximum occupancy is limited to couple with two or fewer children.
  • No pets allowed.

Included for Each Resident:

  • All utilities including lawn care are included!
  • Fridge, stove, air conditioners, and heaters already present in apartment!
  • Parking adjacent to apartment!
  • Free Wifi!

Rates and Deposits:

  • Base rate for single room apartments is $550/month (subject to change)
  • Base rate for double room apartments is $620/month (subject to change)
  • Security deposit is $250
  • Summer Leases: Are available to any dorm-eligible students who are 1) in good financial standing with cashier and 2) enrolled in classes for the next fall semester