The first building constructed to house America's first state university. The cornerstone was laid on October 12, 1793. The building was declared a national Historic Landmark in 1966. Today, a renovated Old East houses students as a residence hall.
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- Year Built: 1795
- Hall Population: 67
- Elevator: Yes
- Fire Safety: Smoke detectors, alarms and sprinkler system
- Resident Advisors: 2
- Amenities: study rooms, kitchen and ice machine, laundry, TV room, lounges, vending machines
- For Facility Updates please visit our webpage for all completed residence hall facility projects.
- Average Room Measurements: 12' x 14'
- Window Measurements: First Floor: 84" x 44", Second Floor: 64" X 44", Third Floor: 56" X 44"
- Window Coverings: Horizontal blinds
- Air-Conditioning: Central A/C in all rooms
- Furniture: Movable dressers, desks and study chairs. Movable beds may be bunked or lofted; no self-built lofts permitted.
- Closet: Closet with door
- Mattress Size: 80" long, 36" wide, 6" deep