Schwartz Hall offers apartment-style living for students including three different housing options (two-, three-, or five-person apartments). Each apartment has a full kitchen equipped with stove/oven, sink and garbage disposal, full-sized refrigerator, and dishwasher. Individually controlled heating and air conditioning units are located in each apartment. All apartments also feature cable television connections and wireless Internet.
The two-person apartments are studio-style with a large open area adjacent to the kitchen. A full bathroom and small walk-in storage area are also provided in the apartment. A dining set, couches and coffee/end tables are provided for the living area. Finally, each resident is provided with a bed, mattress, desk, chair, and dresser for storage.
The three-person apartments offer the same amenities as the two-person apartments with the living area (featuring a dining set, couches and end/coffee tables) separated from the bedroom. These apartments offer ample storage space and a full bathroom with shower. Each resident is provided with a bed, mattress, desk, chair, and dresser for storage.
The five-person apartments provide a large living room and dining area adjacent to the kitchen with a dining set, couches and end/coffee tables. Along with the full bathroom, extra sinks are provided for easy access by all residents of the apartment. Finally, two bedrooms are provided to allow spacious living space in the apartment. Each resident is provided with a bed, mattress, desk, chair, and dresser for storage.
The main floor of Schwartz Hall is home to the central office of the department of Residence Life and the Wellness Center. The basement houses the Violence Prevention, Victim Advocacy and Support Center. Also, a basement large laundry room offers multiple Hoot Loot-operated washers and dryers for use by residents.
Schwartz Hall DirectorCristalyn Vargas