Pine Hall is located in a scenic area by the Humanities Fine Arts Center. Pine is one of the smaller halls on the Morris campus, enabling residents to quickly become acquainted. It houses 85 students on three floors and is coed by floor. A kitchen and game room are located on the ground floor. Residents can enjoy a spacious picnic area and sand volleyball court located outside their hall.
Each bedroom will be furnished with two beds, two desks and chairs, and two large closets. There are two large dressers and two small dressers in each bedroom. You must provide your own linen (mattresses measure 36x 80" requiring extra-long sheets), blankets, pillows, and towels.
Please consult with your roommate prior to making plans for bunks, carpets, TV, refrigerator, etc. Pets are not permitted, except aquarium fish.
The lounge contains a general meeting area equipped with furniture for study and recreation. It is located on the main floor of Pine Hall. A TV is also provided.
The game room is equipped with a pool table for resident enjoyment and is located on the ground floor of Pine Hall.
The laundry room contains two washers and dryers and an ironing board. Please note, campus laundry rooms use water saving and energy saving high efficiency washers. Please follow all directions—including use of HE detergent.
The kitchen has a refrigerator, stove, and sinks and is also located on the ground floor of Pine Hall.
Pine Hall Facts
Similar in appearance to the 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.