Pollock Housing Area

Pollock Housing Area is the third largest housing area on campus and the second largest for housing first-year students.  Students live in coed traditional residence halls, with most residents sharing a double roomwith one roommate.  There are also several supplemental housing spaces in Pollock. 

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The Pollock Library building, which offers a computer lab, is also located within the housing area. Pollock Commons Building offers students a cultural lounge, recreational room, commons desk, a Residential Computing (ResCom) office, and the Pollock Halls Residence Association. Students won't go hungry with the options at Pollock Dining Commons - they can choose from an all-you-care-to-eat dining commons and The Mix - a venue that features a convenience store, a coffee bar, and grill area.

Pollock is just blocks away from McCoy Natatorium (swimming pools), tennis courts, the varsity track and field facility, Eisenhower Auditorium, and HUB-Robeson Center. 

Pollock Halls features several Special Living Options:

  • Biology Home (BIOME)
  • Discover House
  • Engineering and Applied Sciences Interest House (EASI)
  • First-Year in Science and Engineering House (FISE)
  • Forensic Science Interest House (FSI)
  • Health and Human Development House
  • International Languages House (ILH)
  • Leadership and Service
  • Liberal Arts Paterno Fellows House
  • Living in a Free Environment House (LIFE)
  • Millennium Scholars Program
  • Sophomore Year Experience (SYE)
  • Women in Science and Engineering House (WISE)

Break Access/Holiday Housing is offered in Beaver, Hartranft and Mifflin Halls.

Room Diagrams and Photos