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Residence Life
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Residence Halls

First Year Housing Options
Upperclass Housing Options
Grad/Law/Med Housing Options

The Netherlands
(Delft, Groningen, Hague, Leiden, Rotterdam, Tilberg, Utrecht, Orange, Rensselaer, Breukelen, Amsterdam)

  • This complex is divided into two courtyards with a total of 11 two-story houses.
  • Reserved specifically for first year students.
  • Each house accommodates approximately 55 residents.
  • All suites in this area contain two double bedrooms, a bathroom and a lounge.
  • The Netherlands is home to our first year student Living Learning Communities. Amsterdam houses our BRAND NEW for 2018 International Exploration LLC. Groningen houses our STUDIO LLC and Hague is home to our S.T.A.G.E. community. Leiden houses our PreP LLC. Math, Science, and Engineering is located in Rotterdam. Zarb House is located in Utrecht. L.I.V.E. is housed in Orange. Communications is located in Rensselaer.
  • The Netherlands core is also home to a dining facility, a satellite office for Academic Advisement, Counseling Services, Residence Life and academic classroom space.

Stuyvesant Hall

  • Houses first year students.
  • Stuyvesant Hall consists of suites comprised of two double rooms, a bathroom, and a lounge.
  • Stuyvesant Hall is also home to our Brand New for 2018 First Generation Student Living Learning Community and L.E.A.D. For more information on this community visit hofstra.edu/LLCs.
  • Located across the parking lot from the Student Center, Stuyvesant Hall.
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Stuyvesant Hall

The High Rises
(Alliance, Bill of Rights, Constitution, Estabrook, Enterprise, Vander Poel)

  • Six high-rise residence halls are located directly north of the Student Center.
  • Each high-rise building accommodates between 225 to 300 students.
  • The high rises consists of single, double, triple, and quad rooms with common area bathrooms at each end of the hallway.
  • Vander Poel Hall is home to Honors College students only.
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High Rises

Colonial Square
(Williamsburg House)

  • The largest residence hall complex on the campus has three courtyards with a total of 11 two-story houses.
  • Individual houses accommodate between 55 to 65 residents per house.
  • Please note that first-year students can be placed anywhere in Colonial Square. However, Williamsburg House is reserved specifically for first-year students.
  • Each house is suite-style living.
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Colonial Square
High Rises

The High Rises
(Alliance, Bill of Rights, Constitution, Estabrook, Enterprise, Vander Poel)

  • Six high-rise residence halls are located directly north of the Student Center.
  • Each high-rise building accommodates between 225 to 300 students.
  • The high rises consists of single, double, triple, and quad rooms with common area bathrooms at each end of the hallway.
  • Vander Poel Hall is home to Honors College students only.
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Nassau/Suffolk

Nassau and Suffolk

  • A six-story twin complex provides accommodations for approximately 465 undergraduate students.
  • Suite-style living comprised of 4 or 5 students with a semi-private bathroom.
  • Bedrooms are either single or double rooms with some suites having a common lounge.
  • The sixth floor of Nassau Hall is reserved for hofstra.edu/TLC
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Colonial Square

Colonial Square
(Newport, Dover, Portsmouth, Quincy, Cambridge, Hampton, Hempstead, Norwich, Jamestown and Plymouth)

  • The largest residence hall complex on the campus has three courtyards with a total of 12 two-story houses.
  • Individual houses accommodate between 55 to 65 residents per house.
  • Williamsburg and Salem Houses are reserved specifically for first year students.
  • Each house is suite-style living comprised of either:
    o   4 person suites- Two doubles with a shared lounge and bathroom.
    o   5 person suites- Two doubles, one single, with a shared bathroom and no lounge.
    o   3 person suites- One double and one single with a shared lounge and bathroom.
    o   2 person suites- Two “Super Singles” with a shared lounge and bathroom.
    o   Triple room with a shared bathroom and no lounge.
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Graduate Residence

Graduate Residence Hall

  • A 5-story 224 person residential facility for Graduate, Law, and Medical students.
  • Offers apartment/suite style living with multiple bedrooms, shared common spaces, kitchenettes, and bathrooms.
  • Comprised of both single and double occupied bedrooms within three basic suite types: four bedroom suites, three bedroom suites, and 2 bedroom suites.
  • Each common area includes a couch, 2 armchairs, and a coffee table.
  • The kitchenette provides a stovetop burner, refrigerator, microwave, and kitchen table with chairs. A benefit of living in GRH is each being able to have 1 coffeemaker and/or 1 toaster per apartment in the kitchen area only.
  • Graduate Residence Hall also offers energy efficient lighting and AC/Heating units.
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