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Residential Facilities

 

TCNJ’s Residential Facilities

Residential Education and Housing maintains 15 on campus residential facilities for a total on campus population of around 4,000 students.


 

First Year Experience

(Travers and Wolfe Halls, Centennial Hall, Norsworthy Hall, Allen, Brewster, and Ely Halls)

First year students will live in one of the First Year Experience residence halls: Norsworthy, Travers, Wolfe, Allen, Brewster, Ely, and Centennial.  Travers and Wolfe are two ten story high-rise residence halls with traditional double rooms and communal bathrooms.   Allen, Brewster, and Ely are traditional co-ed residence halls with community bathrooms on each floor.  Centennial is a traditional residence hall with females on the first and third floors and males on the second floor.  Centennial features a newly renovated game room, community kitchen, and communal bathrooms. Norsworthy Hall is newly renovated and has a mix of first year and sophomore students.

All first year students live in Living and Learning Communities focused around their First Seminar, or FSP, course.

 

Towers

 


 

Sophomore Year Experience

(Decker Hall, Eickhoff Hall, New Residence Hall, Cromwell Hall, Norsworthy Hall)

The Sophomore Year Experience program offers both traditional and suite style buildings.  Decker Hall primarily consists of two double rooms connected by a bathroom, housing a total of 4 students per suite.  Decker offers a few suites that hold 5 total students as well. Cromwell is a suite style residence hall, and consists mainly of three double rooms sharing a bathroom and small foyer, housing a total of 6 students per suite.

New Residence and Eickhoff each offer double rooms each with a private bath.  Norsworthy Hall offers double rooms, with a communal bathroom on each floor.

 

Ely

 


 

Upper Class Experience

(Townhouses West, Townhouses South, Townhouse East, Phelps and Hausdoerffer Halls)

The Upper Class Experience offers single rooms in Townhouses East, West, and South, housing between 2 and 4 students per floor.  Each floor includes a bathroom and a small kitchenette.  The College Houses line Pennington and Carlton avenue and offer space for 6 to 7 students in a combination of singles and doubles.  Each house includes a full kitchen, living room, and two bathrooms.  Hausdoerffer and Phelps Halls are apartment style residence halls that provide three singles and one double room, housing a total of 5 students.  Each apartment includes a kitchenette, living room and bathroom.

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