Harris-Stowe State University’s newest residence hall opened fall 2011 and includes 200 beds for freshmen students. All freshmen will enjoy suite-style facilities, which include a furnished living room, kitchenette, dining area and private bathrooms. Some of the suites are single-bed suites, with a private bedroom for each student, and others are double-bed suites in which two students share a bedroom. Scroll down to see the different suite layouts. Every floor includes a lounge, and studying is made easy with two quiet study rooms in each wing.
Students need not worry about trudging through the snow or rain to enjoy a meal as the new residence hall houses a state-of-the-art campus dining facility, which includes a private meeting room. Other building amenities include a cardio fitness room, laundry facility, mailboxes, community kitchen, 24-hour vending and a public safety station, all located on the ground floor. The Dr. Henry Givens, Jr. Administration Building, which houses most classes, is only a two-minute walk from both residence halls.
This is the Rev. Dr. William G. Gillespie Residence Hall and Student Center (GRH), the residence hall for upperclassmen.
All of Gillespie Hall's suites are laid out as seen above, with private bedrooms for all.