About Lewis Hall
Built in 1956, Lewis Hall was originally a double occupancy hall for underclassmen females. Today, Lewis Hall houses 80 upper class male and female students. students living within Lewis enjoy the 24-hour quiet co-education community as well as the opportunity to reside within a private room with adjoining bathroom that is shared with a suite-mate.
The criteria for staying in Lewis Hall is that the student must be over 22 years of age or should have completed 90 semester hours of coursework. Students living in this residence hall have the option to sign up for a meal plan or utilize the community kitchens located on each floor. Lewis Hall is located directly across the street from both College Hall and the Memorial Student Union.
Amenities available to residents of Lewis Hall include:
- Two Study Rooms
- Two Kitchen
- Three Laundry Rooms
- Courtyard and Bar-B-Que Grill
- Ice Machine
- Vending Machines
- Weekly Newspapers available at Front Desk
- Local Telephone Service
- Basic Cable including HBO
- High-Speed Internet Access
Free tutoring is offered to all on campus residents at various residence halls.
This page was last updated on: September 29, 2015