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Residence Halls

Centenary College has space in its eight residence halls for over 700 students. Our residence halls range from a 48 to 130 bed capacity.

In accordance with New Jersey state law, all residence hall are designated as smoke-free buildings. All residence rooms have installed sprinklers.

Each hall has its own unique features --- from traditional double student rooms with community bathrooms, to single rooms in traditional halls, to apartment style living with single bedrooms.

Furnishings in each room include:

  • an extra long twin size bed
  • a desk
  • a desk chair
  • a chest of drawers.

No linens are provided. Residents need to bring sheets, pillows, bedspreads, blankets, towels, and toiletries. Please refer to our What to Bring list for a complete list of suggested items.

All room dimensions provided here are rounded to the nearest half-inch. Some window or floor areas may be slightly smaller or larger. We encourage residents to measure before they decorate!

Anderson Hall

Coeducational by room with a quiet wing. This hall is used for vacation break housing. Students choosing to reside in Anderson Hall will need to accommodate students and student athletes who are permitted to reside in the rooms of this hall during school breaks.

  • Single room, floor area 10'W x 16'6"L
  • Single room, window 3'6"W x 5'L
  • Double room, floor area 11'6"W x 17'L
  • Double room, window 3'6"W x 5'L

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Bennett-Smith Hall

An apartment style upper class student facility. Each apartment contains a kitchen and living room, four single bedrooms, and two full bathrooms. There is an additional fee for living in this hall.

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Founders Hall

An apartment style upper class student facility. Each apartment contains a kitchen and living room, four single bedrooms, and two full bathrooms. There is an additional fee for living in this hall.

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Lotte Hall

Designated as studious hall. All residents agree to provide a 24-hour quiet living experience for each other. This requirement ensures quiet study time any time, day or night. This coeducational hall provides housing for 48 upper class students. The floors are single sex.

  • Single room, floor area 8'6" x 10'6"L
  • Double room, floor area 13'W x 14'L
  • Window Dimension 3'W x 4'L

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Reeves Hall

Coeducational hall providing housing for approximately 130 students.  The building is co-ed by room with the exception of the third floor which is an all female floor.  There are also quiet wings located on the second and third floors of the building.  Reeves hall is a dry hall reserved for new students to the college.

  • Single room, floor area 9'6"W x 14'6"L
  • Double room, floor area 10'6"W x 14'6"L
  • Window Dimension 4'W x 7"6"L

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Smith Hall

Coeducational hall by room, it is a mirror of Reeves Hall and also hosts our First-year students. Students residing in Smith Hall follow all the same regulations of Reeves Hall. A large quiet area is available for day time study.

  • Single room, floor area 9'6"W x 14'6"L
  • Double room, floor area 10'6"W x 14'6"L
  • Window Dimension 4'W x 7"6"L

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Van Winkle Hall

Women only residence. This hall provides both a quiet and non-quiet wings. Van Winkle is our smallest residence hall and very popular because of its close-knit sense of community.

  • Single room, floor area 8'W x 11'6"L
  • Double room, floor area 13'W x 13'6"L
  • Window Dimension 3'W x 4'L

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Washabaugh Hall

A coeducational hall. The halls are co-ed by floor with a quiet wing. This hall has walk-in closets and built-in desks. A unique atrium provides a centrally located garden in this residence hall.

  • Single room, floor area 11'W x 16'L
  • Double room, floor area 11'W x 16'L
  • Window Dimension 3'6"W x 5'L
  • Triple room, floor area 11'W x 16'L
  • Triple room, window 6'6"W x 5'6"L

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