• Stickney Hall


    Stickney Hall 


     Stickney Hall is named after Fred G. Stickney, a professor of English who served as the head of the English department from 1925 until 1946. 

    Stickney Hall is a suite-style residence hall for students who have earned at least 24 semester credits.  The majority of the rooms at Stickney Hall are for two people; however, there are a few three-person rooms.  In the triple rooms, there is a separate two-person bedroom and a single bed in the main residence hall room.

    Constructed: 1949 (Renovated in 1983)
    Classification: Coed (single gender by room)
    Type: Rooms with private bathrooms and kitchens
    Location: Southern corner of campus, near the library & Bibb Graves Hall
    Occupancy: 94 (Two students per room, plus a few triple rooms)
    Number of Floors: 3


    1. Private bathrooms in each room
    2. Refrigerator and oven/stove
    3. Bunked beds
    4. Basic cable television service
    5. Individually heated and air conditioned
    6. Wireless Internet service
    7. Computer lab
    8. TV lounge
    9. Elevator
    10. Nursing Living-Learning Community (LLC)
    11. Inside hallways
    12. Smoke-free environment (Smoking is not permitted at Stickney)
    13. On-site laundry room with coin-operated washers & dryers



    Floor Plan 

    (The floor plans at Stickney vary. This is one example.)



    Stickney Room 1 

    Stickney Room 2 

    Stickney Room 3 

    Stickney Room 4 

    Stickney Room 5