Our residence halls include:
The PSU community is proud to announce the opening of our newest residence hall- Merrill Place for fall 2017! This 288 bed facility offers double and single rooms with a private bathroom as well as two single rooms with a shared bath. Merrill Place is available for all students – through the housing selection process for continuing students and through the application process for new students.
Merrill Place has been completed on schedule and is housing students for the Fall 2017 semester!
Grafton Hall is a community with a relaxed environment. It also features a new program designed to provide residents with a relaxed and quiet atmosphere that supports healthy study and sleep habits. Any resident may host a maximum of two guests at any time, and quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 10 a.m., 7 days a week. Staff ensures an environment conducive to relaxation, study, and sleep.
Mary Lyon Hall is the oldest residence hall on campus. It was built in 1916 and renovated in 2006-7. The renovations included new windows, roof, heating system, furniture plus many other improvements. It is located in the center of campus and its historic design has been preserved. Many alumni have very fond memories of their time in Mary Lyon. At one time, there was a bowling alley and a basketball court in the basement!
Blair Hall is a co-ed residence hall housing 210 students. Located in the center of campus, Blair offers convenient access to most classroom buildings. The hall also houses kitchen and lounge areas on three floors, a large recreation room with a pool table, ping pong table, big screen TV, as well as a computer cluster. Blair offers students two sound-proof music practice rooms, which makes it a popular housing choice for music/theater/arts students
Pemigewasset Hall is now a co-ed residence hall that houses 220 students. It is located on the south end of campus next to the library and Boyd Hall. The building offers gorgeous views of the mountains, a computer cluster/study area, and a large recreation room with a pool table and TV area. Recent renovations include new windows, showers, ventilation, lights and new fire and sprinkler systems. Pemigewasset Hall also houses “The Q” on the first floor. This all-gender floor is designed to be a supportive space for LGBTQ students and their allies.
Belknap Hall is a co-ed residence hall that houses 220 students. It is located conveniently near the library on the southwest side of campus. Belknap features a large recreation area with a pool table, a ping pong table, and a TV. It also features a closed-off study area with computers. Belknap is conveniently located near the library. Another perk for living in Belknap is its close proximity to the parking lot.
Other campus housing options include:
Langdon Woods houses 347 residents and provides convenient access to nearby Langdon Park. The south building has 107 double rooms, each with a bathroom. The north building has single rooms, each with a bathroom; triple rooms with bathrooms; and four-person suites, each with four single bedrooms, a furnished common living area, and bathroom. On the main floor students can enjoy the large common area complete with multipurpose room, computer cluster, lounge seating, wireless internet, and The Woods Cafe. There is also a kitchen available for resident use. Just down the hall and still on the main floor, residents have access to a fitness room, laundry facilities, and a bicycle storage room with direct access to the outside. Each floor offers convenient recycling stations and lounge seating areas. The building is also equipped with two elevators.
The White Mountain Apartment Complex (WMAC) consists of 136 apartments (two- and four-person) that are intended for sophomore, junior, and senior students who are ready for a more independent living environment. Each fully furnished apartment has two residents assigned per bedroom. Apartments also include cable and wireless data connections. Laundry facilities are available in several areas throughout the complex. The Centre Lodge provides meeting and study space, vending, a value station for adding campus FlexCash, and the administrative office for the University Apartments.
Non-Traditional Student Apartments(NTSA) consists of 30 units available to undergraduate and graduate students who are seeking an extended quiet apartment community. These one- and two-bedroom apartments are fully furnished and offer a private bedroom for each resident. Apartments also include cable and wireless data connections. Laundry facilities are available within the complex. The Centre Lodge provides meeting and study space, vending, a value station for adding campus FlexCash, and the administrative office for the University Apartments.
The Centre Lodge has two main rooms: the Bradford Room is a meeting room used for events and activities for the apartment complex and the campus; the Granite room is a large study room with tables and chairs, comfortable furniture, and computer work stations. The Centre Lodge also provides a cash value station for adding campus FlexCash, vending machines, public restrooms, and a copy machine. Additional meeting room space in the apartment complex core can be reserved by residents. The North Kinsman meeting room and North Twin meeting room each offer study/meeting space for small groups furnished with tables, chairs, and dry erase board.