• Simmons Hall

    Pennsylvania State University-Main CampusUniversity Park, PA

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  • About Simmons Hall

    Simmons Hall is a traditional residence hall, housing students in a double room and features individual, private-use bathrooms on each floor. Simmons Hall houses students participating in the Schreyer Honors College. Residents of the South Housing Area have access to the Redifer Commons, which offers a computer lab, a cultural lounge, a 24-hour desk, the South Food District and Louie's convenience store and evening snack bar.

    Gender: Coed
    Residents: Undergraduate Student

    Amenities at Simmons Hall

    • Computer lab
    • Recreation room
    • Cable
    • Dining Hall
    • WiFi
    • Laundry room
    • 24-hour front desk services
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  • Room Types at Simmons Hall

    • Traditional Room, 2-person

      Rooms are double occupancy. Each room contains two beds, two desks, two chairs, two cabinets, a chest of drawers and a microfridge.

    • Traditional Room, 4-person

      Supplemental housing space is typically lounge space that has been converted to permanent living space. Rooms contain four beds, four dressers, two microfridges, four desks and four chairs.

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