All halls include a computer lab, laundry room with free high-efficiency washers and dryers, study areas, vending machines and kitchen facilities with re-frigerators, microwaves and a stove. Cable and Internet access is available in each room. Wireless internet is available throughout the building. Community televisions are equipped with cable. Bathroom facilities on each floor are shared. Each room features a standard twin bunkable bed, desk, chair, closet and book shelf for each resident, full-length mirror, trash can, overhead lighting and blinds/shades for the windows. Suite-style rooms include full or half bath-rooms.
When you live in Butz Hall you live in the center of campus and all its activity! Spend your time in the Butz Fireside Lounge and make an impromptu dinner with your friends. Stop by the Multicultural Center Lounge or work with The Crestiad student writers as they put together this week’s edition of the paper, or sign up for your own slot as a DJ on the College’s radio station in the lower level. The Tompkins College Center is right next door! You don’t have far to go to reach the dining hall, theatre, bookstore and other activities. At Butz Hall, you will be part of a large family that likes to have fun and enjoy everything the campus has to offer.
Roll out of bed and right into class by living in Curtis Hall! One of the College’s most stately buildings, Curtis is a multi-use facility with residences on the third floor and academic and administrative offices right below. If you are looking for a quiet, studious community, the Curtis Honors Hall may be the best place for you. Students who participate in the Honors program or maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher are eligible to live in Curtis Hall. In addition, the graduate and adult students have their own wing. Living here in this newly renovated space, you will have easy access to many aca-demic departments – including psychology, social work, education and busi-ness – as well as Health Services, the Registrar’s Office!
With sweeping views of Cedar Creek Parkway and Cedar Crest’s beloved Quadrangle, Moore Hall may qualify as the residence hall with the best views on campus. Because of its easy access to one of Allentown’s most beautiful parks, Moore Hall also offers you terrific recreational opportunities with great walking and jogging trails—as well as Allentown’s acclaimed Rose Garden—only steps away! Or you may choose to spend your time next door at the College’s Cressman Library and Student Success Center, whose proximity makes a late night study or research session both convenient and accessible. When it snows, you will join your Moore Hall neighbors and grab a cafeteria tray for a traditional ride down the steep hill behind the hall.
If you love privacy, but also want to be in the middle of a vibrant community, then you will enjoy living in Steinbright Hall. With all the rooms arranged around a central lounge area, Steinbright offers a friendly and live-ly gathering place just steps away from the privacy of your room. The hall is home to the College’s state-of-the art dance facilities, so your dance com-pany rehearsal or movement class is held right next door. With athletic fields adjacent to the building, you will have a front row seat to field hockey, soccer, tennis, lacrosse and softball games. Although there is convenient park-ing directly in front of the building, you won’t need a car to get to the stores and restaurants near campus.