Housing options available to sophomore students are as follows:
- Decker Hall
- Eickhoff Hall
- New Residence Hall
- Townhouse East
Opened in 1963, Decker Hall was named for Vernetta F. Decker, Professor of English and Speech from 1926-1937 and The College’s Dean of Students. Decker Hall was renovated in 1992 and also again in 2010.
Decker Hall is a co-ed suite style facility housing approximately 360 students in single, double, and triple rooms that share a suite bathroom. Decker Hall does not have air conditioning. Most rooms in the basement are carpeted, and most rooms on floors 1-6 have tile flooring.
Opened in 1992 as the Community Commons and renamed for former President Harold Eickhoff in 2001, this building combines student residential space and student services. Consisting of mostly double rooms, each has its own bathroom, and is air conditioned and carpeted.
The building is also home to the Atrium at Eickhoff, an 800 seat dining facility that is the hub of TCNJ campus dining. Eickhoff Hall is also home to the Department of Residential Education and Housing (room 114) and the Counseling and Psychological Services (room 117).
Opened in 1985, this three story air conditioned residence hall houses about 250 students in carpeted, double rooms with private bathrooms. New Residence Hall was recently renovated in 2011 and includes a main lounge which opens up to a picturesque courtyard, two small study lounges on each floor, and a large basement game room.
Townhouse East features units that house 10 students, all with single bedrooms. Each townhouse is air-conditioned and has a main living room. There is a bathroom, shower, full refrigerator, microwave, on all three floors with a common area sink.
On the first floor of each townhouse there is a furnished house lounge, including a table, chairs, sofa and love seat.
Laundry facilities, hall offices and main lounges (with a full kitchen) are available in the complex as well.