Pearsons Residence Hall

Pearson building

Pearsons Hall was originally built in 1909-10 as a men’s residence hall. The students made the bricks for the structure. It was remodeled in 1973, becoming a women’s hall and is currently used to house First-Year women. This recently renovated hall (2006) is located next door to Seabury Center (recreational complex).

  • Date Built: 1910
  • Square Feet: 25,916


  • 110 Residents
  • Four residential floors
  • Double Occupancy Rooms
  • Air Conditioned
  • Tiled floors
  • Kitchen – There is a kitchenette area on each floor as well as a fully equipped kitchen in the basement
  • Laundry – There is a common laundry facility on each floor
  • Restrooms – There is a common restroom on each floor
  • Lounges – There is a formal lounge on the first floor, a large basement lounge, and smaller lounges
  • Hall Staff – There are eight student staff members (R.A. Staff) that live in the hall in addition to a live-in professional (Residential Life Collegium Member) to help meet the needs of the residents, as well as to promote and participate in the residence hall community.

List of amenities common to all residence halls and rooms