The Hill (Men)
The Hill is both the oldest and newest men’s residence hall on campus. It was originally built in 1976 as four buildings: Marshall, Carr, Rogers, and Palmer. A complete renovation was completed in 2011. Rogers, Marshall, and Carr make up the main, larger building of The Hill. Palmer Hall, an adjacent building, features rooms for 20 students. The Hill has a generous cross section of students from all classes.
The Lodge — the central part of the residence facilities — features open spaces, exposed beams, and amenities. This multistory coed lounge includes a kitchenette, pool table, TV, eating area, and fireplace. Additional places to hang out include the academic conference room, the private reading room, and a lounge in Rogers. Hillians enjoy the traditional Lawlor-Hill football game, Hill Spill, and the Dishonors Day Awards. When the weather allows, the outdoor patio with a grill is a great place to relax and enjoy community.
The Hill is home to over 200 male students. As a traditional hall-style dorm, students live on halls of approximately 20–25 students and share common bathrooms in the center of each floor. Each room houses two students.
View the RD's profile Carr Room Floor Plan Marshall Room Floor Plan Palmer Room Floor Plan Rogers Room Floor Plan