back to west campus.
Harrison Hall is home to 542 students. Each two-person bedroom in Harrison is setup in a suite-style arrangement. The two bedrooms are connected on each side of the suite's bathroom. In addition, select rooms in Harrison are designed especially for ADA accessibility.
Built in 1966, Harrison Hall is the residence hall that is closest to the Campus Recreation Center and Michener Library and is just a short walk from Holmes Dining Hall and west campus academic buildings. Students in this building will not be required to leave campus during Winter and Spring breaks.
In Harrison Hall there is the study area called The Den. This space offers a classroom style layout along additional couches and chairs for comfortable seating. Wireless internet access is available for students who study in the Den. Lounges are also located on each floor that are great for studying or socializing. Located in the center of the building is a television lounge where students can hang out or get involved in a variety of Community Council activities.
Recent enhancements to the main floor of Harrison Hall include a new student kitchen, which allows students choosing to stay during Thanksgiving or winter breaks the opportunity to prepare meals. A game room just inside the lobby area includes a pool table, a ping pong table, foosball, a poker table, juke box and a large flat screen TV.