Perry Hall

A traditional residence hall, Perry Hall has double rooms and a common bathroom on each wing. Perry Hall was the first residential building constructed on campus in 1967, and was renovated in 2003. Perry houses 200 students.

Perry Hall is named after the famous Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry. Commodore Perry was primarily responsible for the turning point of American Independence from Great Britain. He was born in South Kingston, Rhode Island, on August 23, 1785. At age 13, Perry entered the Navy as a midshipman, and at age 20 became a lieutenant. Perry died from yellow fever on his 34th birthday in 1819.

Room and Furniture Dimensions
Bedroom 15' 5" 11' 7' 9"
Door   3' 6' 11"
Window   5' 9" 4' 7"
Closet 2' 3' 4" 7'
Bed 6' 8" 3' Adjustable up to 2'
Mattress 6' 8" 3' 7"
Desk 2' 6" 3' 6" 4' 7"
Microfridge 1' 7" 1' 6" 3' 10"
Desk Chair 1' 7" 1' 6" 2' 7"
Dresser 1' 8" 2' 3' 11"

Perry Hall Floor Plan

Behrend Perry Hall