McKean, Pennypacker, and Stuart Halls
McKean, Pennypacker, and Stuart Halls are residence halls that have been renovated to provide students modern amenities and conveniences. Rooms types offered include double- and triple-occupancy rooms, and supplemental quads. Unlike traditional residence halls though, these buildings offer students private, single-use bathrooms in the hallway area that are shared by the floor. Similar to a home, each bathroom is privately used by one individual. Additional sinks are located near the bathrooms to provide quick, easy use. The ground floor features a living room, kitchen, laundry room, study space, knowledge station, and either a music practice room or a meditation room. Buildings are coed by room (each room is single gender, but may be next to a room of opposite gender).
McKean Hall, built in 1964 and renovated 2017-2018, was named after Thomas McKean, the 2nd Governor of Pennsylvania (1799-1808).
Pennypacker Hall, built in 1964 and renovated 2017-2018, was named after Samuel W. Pennypacker, the 23rd Governor of Pennsylvania (1903-1907).
Stuart Hall, built in 1964 and renovated 2017-2018, was named named after Edwin S. Stuart, the 24th Governor of Pennsylvania (1907-1911).
Building and Room Information:
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Recommended rug size: 6' x 9'
Measurements are approximate. The dimensions, furnishings and color of rooms may vary in appearance. Some furnishings are attached to floor or wall. All closets have doors.
|Room - regular double||14' 11"||12' 5"||7'1"|
|Room - oblong double||23'||7'10"||7'1"|
|Room - regular triple||17'2"||16"||7'1"|
|Room - supplemental||25'||17'||7'1"|
|Refrigerator/Mircrowave||1' 6"||1' 7"||44"|