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RESIDENCE LIFE

Housing
On Campus: Stevens offers on-campus living arrangements in residence halls. Students who plan to live in one of the residence halls should bring their own pillows, blankets, linens, bed-spreads, mattress pad, fan, and towels. Radios, televisions, and stereo systems are permitted provided they are used in consideration of roommates and other residents of the floor. Click here to view Suggested Items for Incoming Resident Students

Note: All rooms are equipped with free local telephone service and 2 computer jacks for Internet access and cable television. All dormitories are air conditioned and have fire alarm and sprinkler systems.

Off Campus: Housing away from the campus is all privately owned and is separate and independent of the College. The College does not own, operate, or supervise these properties. Information regarding off-campus housing is available from the Office of the Vice President for Student Services or the Director of Residence Life.

Click here to complete the Housing Questionnaire


Residence Halls
Currently, the College has residence hall space for approximately 400 students. All Stevens Legacy Award or Grant students are eligible to live on campus. After Award or Grant students are accommodated, any additional rooms are made available on a rental basis to nonscholarship students. Residence halls have similar amenities including laundry facilities, cable TV hook-up, Internet access telephone access, and recreation rooms which contain TVs, pool tables, and in some areas, ping-pong tables. All rooms are air conditioned and have fire alarm and sprinkler systems.

Within the dorms, the College expects that students will maintain their rooms in a clean and sanitary condition for the purposes of good hygiene and appearance. Moreover, each residence hall has professional supervision, but within the governing framework, students are directly involved in the operation of their respective halls via an elected Residence Hall Council. As such, students have the opportunity to establish activities; draft policies and procedures; enhance conflict resolution and communication skills; and play an integral role in making the residence halls a wholesome living and learning environment.


Check out the Residence Life Journal, a monthly newsletter from the Residence Life Office


Residence Life Director
Jason Kuntz
717-391-7322
kuntz@stevenscollege.edu
Office located on the second floor of the Multipurpose Activity Center

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