Pine Hall

Pine Hall is one of the smaller first-year halls on the Morris campus, located next to Humanities Fine Arts. Housing 85 students, Pine's size allows residents to become acquainted quickly. 

Pine Hall has three floors: 

  • an all-men’s floor with one multi-stall bathroom
  • a gender-inclusive floor with a single-use, lockable bathroom
  • an all-women’s floor with one multi-stall bathroom

Community Advisors

There is a Community Advisor (CA), a returning Morris student employed by the Office of Residential Life, on each floor. The CA staff is supervised by student Hall Directors and a full-time Area Coordinator. These Office of Residential Life staff members are available to plan activities, answer questions, and help ease the transition into residential life.

Lounges, Kitchen, and Laundry

Pine Hall has two air conditioned community lounges: one on the main floor and one on the ground floor. The main lounge is furnished with a TV, vending machines, and comfortable furniture. The ground floor lounge is equipped with tables, a pool table, ping pong equipment, and a TV. Connected to the ground floor lounge is a laundry area and community kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, microwave, toaster, and sink. The laundry area has two washers, two dryers, and an ironing board.

A picnic area is also located south of the hall outdoors.

Each room comes furnished with:

  • two beds (mattresses measure 36 x 80" requiring extra-long sheets)
  • desks and chairs
  • wardrobes
  • large dressers
  • small dressers
  • box fan

Pine Hall Facts

Similar to other Clarence Johnston-designed residence halls, Pine Hall is a two-story brick structure with a raised basement, Kasota trim, 8/8 sash, and a hipped roof with wide overhanging eaves and dormers. The hall was constructed on concrete spread footings with reinforced concrete floor framing, including the attic. It was renovated in 1960, and an enclosed hipped roofed stair tower replaced the original front entrance porch.