Nutt Hall

Nutt Hall was constructed in 2002 and named after John W. Nutt and his wife, Joie Thompson Nutt.

This five story structure, situated in the center of campus, is a suite style residential facility which houses both males and females in a variety of suite arrangements typically including spacious single and double rooms. 

The building is divided into ten wings (two per floor), and each wing has a living room area including a refrigerator and microwave for student use. At least one living room area on each floor is equipped with a television for student viewing.


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Building Features

  • Co-ed 
  • Single, doubles
  • Suite style bathrooms
  • 2 elevators
  • Wireless internet access throughout building
  • Laundry room on top four floors
  • Conference room and 3 lobbies on first floor
  • 2 lobbies per floor on floors 2 through 5

Room Features

  • Double size approximately 15’ X 19’
  • Single room size 11’ X 8’
  • Window size 3’ X 7’ with vertical blinds (fifth floor windows are larger)
  • 80" mattresses (extra-long)
  • 1 Extra-long twin bed
  • 1 Closet area
  • 1 Desk and desk chair
  • 1 Chest of drawers

Security Features

  • Locked building entry with card access
  • Fire suppression system throughout rooms and building
  • Fully staffed with one Resident Director and ten Resident Assistants