Almy Hall

Almy Hall offers two-bedroom suites that accommodate four students. Available to first-year and returning students participating in the Honors Program, each suite features a shared study area and a semi-private bathroom with two sinks, storage space, and separate shower and toilet stalls.

Almy Hall was constructed in 1997 and houses 132 students. The hall is named after Thomas C. Almy, who was the Sailing Master of the Schooner Somers. A native of Rhode Island, Almy died in Erie in December 1814.

Room and Furniture Dimensions
  Length Width Height
Bedroom 11' 18' 8' 8"
Bathroom 4' 4" 4' 7' 5"
Vanity Area 8' 4" 4' 7' 5"
Shower 2' 6" 3' 5" 7' 5"
Study Area 8' 8' 7' 5"
Door  

3'

6' 11"
Window   2' 9" 3'
Wardrobe 2' 3' 6' 6"
Bed 6' 8" 3' adjustable up to 2'
Mattress 6' 8" 3' 7"
Desk 2' 3' 9" 4' 6"
Microfridge 1' 7" 1' 6" 3' 10"
Desk Chair 1' 7" 1' 6" 2' 7"
Dresser 1' 8" 3' 3' 11"
Study table 3' 3' 2' 6"

 

Almy Hall Floor Plan

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