Parker Hall offers suite and quad-style living. Quad-style rooms are four double-occupancy rooms with one shared bathroom. Suite-style rooms are two double-occupancy rooms with a shared bathroom.
I loved Parker. It’s kind of the most home-like freshman dorm building. All the other dorms seem to have a more party/ interactive-type vibe. I liked that Parker was a place where I could focus on homework but I could also have fun in the lounge if that’s the mood I was looking for. I liked how, since it’s so intimate, people often kept their doors open.”
Camryn Roberts ‘23
Quick Info About Parker Hall:
Rooms are approximately 16 feet 4 inches long by 14 feet wide by 9 feet high
Rooms feature extra-long, twin-sized beds with a mattress size of 36 inches by 80 inches. Beds can be bunked in every hall.
Each bed can be adjusted to 3 different heights. From the ground to the top of the mattress: 1 foot 8 inches, 2 feet 8 inches, or 3 feet 3 inches. Bed risers are permitted, but they must have a square top.
Desks are approximately 24 inches wide by 42 inches long by 29.5 inches high. Each room has two desks and two chairs.
The dresser is approximately 20 inches wide by 30 inches long by 29.5 inches high
The closet is approximately 24 inches wide by 54 inches long by 96 inches high
The wardrobe is approximately 23 inches wide by 36 inches long by 72 inches high
All rooms have
- Wireless internet access
- Heat and air conditioning
- Vinyl flooring
- A sink inside the room for the two roommates to share
Five Resident Assistants (RAs) live in the residence hall.
Students must swipe their SU ID card on the exterior doors to enter the building, only residents of the specific building have swipe access on their ID card.
First-year students are required to have a 15 or 19- meal plan.
Students will be assigned a mailbox in the Brandt Student Center.
Parker Hall was built in 1973 and renovated in 2013.