Melrose Hall

Built in 1924, Melrose is one of the oldest buildings on campus and full of charm. Melrose Hall has been known for its studious learning community since 1981, with residents agreeing to extended quiet hours from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. daily. Melrose is air conditioned with carpeted student rooms and is co-educational. The basement is the center of the community in the hall as it features a large kitchen, ping pong table, and stadium seating in front of a large television. Melrose houses 66 students, primarily juniors and seniors, in double rooms with hallway bathrooms. There are also two triples available in the community.

 

Melrose Hall Residence Life and Housing Staff

Christian Medina, Community Director

Sharon "Kavya" Mason, Community Assistant

Eneida Sanchez, Community Assistant