Residence Halls

Where Will I Live?

All full-time traditional day students are required to live in campus housing. Coed and single-sex housing is available.

There are six traditional residence halls, Albright Court, Mohn, North, Krause, Crowell, Smith, and Walton HallsMohn Hall is also the academic honors residence hall and is available to students of all class years.

There are two residential areas that are apartment/suite style – Albright Woods apartments and Rockland Hall.  The apartments are for sophomores, juniors, and seniors, and Rockland Hall is for juniors and seniors.

The Quad

Crowell, Krause, Smith and Walton Halls are a special living community for first-year students that provide an atmosphere to help students meet personal and academic needs. First-year students are assumed to be under the age of 21 and are not allowed alcohol in any of these residence halls.

Selected upper-class students, resident assistants (RAs), live in Crowell, Krause, Smith and Walton Halls and serve as mentors offering information and support. Hall programs and discussions contribute to a dynamic living experience.

Spaces in Crowell, Krause, Smith and Walton Halls are limited and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

The first-year experience in these residence halls is intended to assist students with their transitions to college, campus living, roommate concerns, homesickness, and other first-year student adjustments.

Honors Housing

Students who are invited into the honors program and/or are scholar award recipients have a unique living option in Mohn Hall, a residence designated for all honors students.  Resident Assistants (RAs), located on each floor, act as resources and sponsor some programming geared toward academic excellence.  RAs will also look for ways to integrate academics and cultures by engaging residents in mentor initiatives and other programming efforts.  Mohn Hall offers computer rooms and study lounges on the upper three floors. Upper-class honors students receive preference in this residence hall, but limited spaces are held for new students interested in this option.

North Hall

North Hall houses upper-class students, mainly sophomores and juniors, who must select this group living option during the housing selection process in the spring.  Each pod houses 12-15 residents and has a restroom area (3 showers, 3 toilets, 3 sinks) with washer/dryer unit.  RAs are housed on the second floor of each pod.

Albright Woods Apartments

The Albright Woods apartments house upper-class students who must select this group living option during the housing selection process in the spring. Each apartment consists of a bathroom, living room area, storage closet, and a full kitchen complete with a refrigerator, oven, and dishwasher. Each apartment is also fully furnished with standard campus furniture. All apartments either have a balcony or porch. Albright Woods is the only residence on campus where students may bring a microwave, toaster, and grills without propane tanks.  RAs are housed in 5 of the 39 apartments.

Rockland Hall

Rockland Hall is a brand new and completely modern housing complex reserved for juniors and seniors, with a waitlist option for sophomores. The residential area is made up of 52 state-of-the-art suites. Each suite is gender inclusive, and consists of a spacious common room area, a full kitchen complete with a large refrigerator, microwave, oven with stove top, and cabinet space. Four, five, and six bed suites have two full bathrooms, and three bed suites have one full bathroom. Individual bedrooms consist of one bed, two beds, or 3 beds. Amenities include a large flat-screen television in each common area, television service provided. Suites are separately vented from one another and are all connected to Wifi. Free laundry facilities are located on each floor and can be accessed at all times. Students who live in Rockland Hall are permitted to park on-site and Public Safety provides security of the area. Additionally, residents will have secured access to the building with required ID swipe at both the main entrance and elevators, with separate security features for individual suites and bedrooms. Students gain an additional 11th month of housing, with an option of a 12th month for $750. The 11th month does not raise initial semester housing cost. Suites are accessible at all times of the year. Last but not least, fabulous restaurants (coming soon!) will occupy the first floor of the building in an effort to provide a creative and unique atmosphere for all Albright students.

How Big Are the Rooms and What’s Included?

Rooms are generally 12′ x 12.’ Rugs should be 10′ x 10′ to fit comfortably. Rooms are furnished with desks, desk chairs, beds, dressers and closets. All rooms have blinds. Students may bring their own curtains. Beds are oversized twins. You should purchase twin extra-long sheets.  All rooms are equipped with a micro-fridge.

Basic cable television and WIRELESS internet services are available in each room upon your arrival to campus.  Students are responsible for providing their own television and TV cable cord.  All residence hall rooms on campus have air conditioning, and all residence halls provide FREE laundry facilities to resident students.







ALBRIGHT COURT (please click the link to the left to view room dimensions for Albright Court)
ALBRIGHT WOODS (please click the link to the left to view room dimensions for Albright Woods)
CROWELL HALL 11’10″d x 12’0″w 44″w x 64″h 8’6″ 50″ 29″
KRAUSE HALL 11’9″d x 12’0″w 44″w x 64″h 44″w x 35″h (lower level) 9’2″ 8’6″ (lower level) 50″ 29″
MOHN HALL (DOUBLE) 13’5″d x 11’3″w 48.5″w x 55″h 8’0″ 46″ 29″
MOHN HALL (SINGLE) 6’3″d x 10’6″w 40″w x 55″h 8’0″ 40″ 29″
NORTH HALL 12’0″d x 11’5″w 56″w x 61″h 9’4″ 43″ 33″
SMITH HALL 11’10″d x 12’0″w 44″w x 64″h 8’6″ 50″ 29″
WALTON HALL 11’10″d x 12’0″w 44″w x 64″h 8’6″ 50″ 29″



Three Bedroom Suite
Four Bedroom Suite: Option A | Option B | Option C | Option D
Five Bedroom Suite
Six Bedroom Suite

Bed Loft Information

Bed lofts are permitted in all rooms on campus but must be ordered through the College approved vendor, Campus Loft.  Students should call 1-877-bedloft or visit the website at for more information.  Bed loft rentals are approximately $189.00 per year, but increase to $209.00 after a specific date.  For safety reasons, students are not allowed to construct their own bed lofts or use bed risers.

Albright Property Insurance

Albright College is not liable for damages to or losses of the student’s personal property, or the property of others in the possession of the student, resulting from loss, fire, flood, theft, vandalism and other causes.  First check with your parents’ homeowners policy to see if your belongings are covered.  If not, you may want to contact National Student Services, Inc. (NSSI) to apply for a student personal property plan.  You may complete the application on line at

Public Safety and Security

There is 24-hour security on campus. Residence halls are always locked. Students are issued swipe cards when they arrive.  Each student also receives either a key or combination for the assigned room. There emergency telephones at each residence hall entrance so residents can call the Department of Public Safety. All residence hall doors also have door alarms to prevent doors from being propped open. Residential Life staff and Public Safety Officers also make regular rounds in the residence halls for safety and security purposes.