Location - Stratton Hall is located downhill,
directly across from Cohen Auditorium and Jackson
Gymnasium. It is also conveniently adjacent to the Mayer
Campus Center, as well as Dewick-MacPhie Dining Hall.
Stratton Hall is a staffed residence hall, with two
Resident Assistants and one Resident Proctor. It was
built as a women's hall in 1928. Today Stratton houses
both men and women. Stratton Hall contains private
single bedrooms, a shared kitchen, shared bathrooms, and
shared lounge space.
Rooms - The average double room is 10' x 12'
with additional closet space in each room. There are 22
doubles. The average single room is 8' x 10' with an
additional closet. There is one three-person apartment
on the first floor. Each room is furnished with a set of
moveable furniture per occupant and at least one window
with a shade. The furniture set consists of an extra
long twin bed, a desk, and a desk chair. The beds are
multi-positioned beds that have eleven height
adjustments up to 32 inches with 30 inches of space
underneath when raised to maximum height. The use of
solid cinder blocks or any other material, to raise the
multi-position beds is prohibited in Stratton. The
floors are hard wood. Stratton Hall is coed by floor.
Bathrooms - One large single-sex bathroom is
located on each of the 2nd and 3rd floors. The ground
and 1st floor each have two smaller single-sex
bathrooms. In addition, a full unisex bathroom is
located off the kitchen.
Common Areas - The main lounge is located on the
first floor. It is furnished with couches, chairs,
tables, and a television. It is adjacent to a pool room
with a pool table. Each floor has one smaller lounge
that contains tables and chairs.
Facilities - Stratton has one full common kitchen
located on the 1st floor. It is equipped with a stove,
oven, refrigerator, and sink. Washing machines and
dryers are located on the 3rd floor and the ground
floor. Vending machines are located on the 1st floor.
Stratton Hall has an indoor bike rack.