Our residence halls offer students close-knit, welcoming spaces to study, hang out, explore, or even to just relax. Each hall features a common kitchen, coin-free laundry facilities, as well as a lounge with cable TV and DVD/VCR, study spaces, wi-fi, and a computer lab.
Each student room is furnished with a twin bed, dresser, desk, and desk chair for each student. All residence halls are open to all students based on availability. Students of all class years have the option of selecting the room type (double, single, or double as a single) that best suits their needs. Singles and Doubles as Singles are on a first come basis as space permits.
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Prentis Hall – Located next to Laird Hall, just south of Mac/Dav, Prentis Hall initially served as a traditional student dormitory. Constructed in 1956, with students moving from Main Hall to Prentis in February, 1956, the dedication took place June 2, 1956. Prentis was named for H. W. Prentis, Wilson College trustee 1937 to 1957. Prentis was converted to a Women With Children (now Single Parent Scholar) residence in 1997 and 1998. The reconfigured residence hall was dedicated on January 30, 1998 with Pennsylvania First Lady Michelle Ridge participating.
Prentis suites consist of two rooms with a private bath. Each room within the suite is approximately 13'x17' (bathrooms and closets are included in that dimension). Residents share a kitchen, laundry, playroom with TV, and computer lab on each floor. Thanks to a generous gift from the Class of 1963, the main Prentis Hall lounge was renovated during the summer and fall of 2009. Additional SPS Housing Info