Laurel Hall Description

  • Students walking in the Oak and laurel Courtyard

Laurel Hall Description

Laurel Hall Description


  • Type: Traditional Residence Hall
  • Year Constructed: 1927
  • Occupancy: Approximately 60 Students
  • Floors: 3
  • Elevators: No
  • Air Conditioning: No
  • Co-ed: Yes (Gender specific suites)
  • Who Lives Here: Predominately Freshman
  • What's Nearby: Oak Hall, Mullica Hall, Evergreen Hall, Whitney Center, Rowan Boulevard Area, Basketball Court in between Mullica & Evergreen, Linden Hall, Bole Hall Annex (Public Safety), Memorial Hall, Bunce Hall, Bozorth Hall, Hawthorn Hall. Across route 322: Winans Hall (Wellness Center), Chamberlain Student Center, Campbell Library, Savitz Hall. 

Hall Features & Amenities: 

  • In Hall Staff: 2 Resident Assistants
  • Housekeeping: Clean common hallways and community bathrooms on a regular basis. Supply hand soap and paper products in all bathrooms.
  • Community Bathrooms: The community-style bathroom, located off the hallway, has multiple toilets, sinks, and showers. These bathrooms are maintained and stocked by the RLUH Housekeeping staff.
  • Main Lounges: Located on the 3rd floor, on each side of the building, Furnished.
  • Laundry Rooms: 1 located on the first floor of each side of the building.
  • Courtyard: Benches, Bike Racks
  • WiFi (Wireless internet access available throughout the building)
  • Parking: For the most current policies and information about residential parking on campus, please follow this link to Rowan Parking Services.
  • Trash Removal: There are dumpsters located in the parking lot behind Oak Hall. Students are responsible for bringing their trash bags to dumpster locations. Trash is hauled on a daily basis. Housekeeping staff removes trash from all common areas and restrooms.
  • A single key is distributed to each resident, which allows access to your specific stairwell and bedroom. 

Room Features & Amenities: 

  • Laurel Hall has single, double and triple occupancy rooms located throughout the building.
  • Average size of double/triple rooms: 292 square feet
  • Average size of single rooms: 146 square feet
  • Telephone: Land line telephones have been removed from all residence halls for lack of use, however they are available upon request. Active room telephone lines provide local calling only and require a calling card for long distance. Most residents rely on cell phones.
  • Carpet: No
  • Overhead Lighting: Yes
  • Wired for Rowan Network
  • Wired for Cable Television
  • Windows with screens and blinds
  • For descriptions and quantities of the standard furniture provided for each room type, please visit this link to a furniture description page.  

Floor Plans: