Neufeld Hall opened in 2003. It is a divided hall housing 108 men and women split up by wing, with men in the east wing and women in the west wing. Features includes spacious lobbies and kitchens on each floor, suite style hallways, a game room, conference room and computer lab. Each room is equipped with multi-configuration furniture, high ceilings and large windows.
Groups of six or eight students may select rooms together as groups in the Neufeld pods. The fourth floor of Neufeld Hall is designated for the Community-to-Classroom (C2C) Living Learning Community.
The innovative furniture is designed to provide greater flexibility in how students arrange their rooms. Every student will receive a bed, chest of drawers, a desk and desk organizer, a bookcase and a chair. Each piece interlocks with other pieces to allow for 50 different configurations. No tools, hardware or college personnel are needed when stacking and rearranging. Heavy steel pins assure safety and stability without the sway of traditional lofted furniture.
Each room is wired for voice mail, Internet and cable TV. The hall is air-conditioned and fully handicap accessible. There is an additional $100 per semester air conditioning fee to live in Neufeld.
Neufeld Hall Staff 2015-16
|RA: Kaycee Rowe||1st floor, room 116|
|RA: Hutson Spillman||2nd floor, room 210|
|RA: Antonio Capasso||3rd floor, room 322|
|RA: Megan Long (C2C)||4th floor, room 412|
Wall dimensions - 14x12
Windows - size varies by room
Bed frame - 36.5"x80"
Mattress - 36"x80"
Floor style - carpet