Conrad Hall

Built-in 1909, Conrad Hall is named for Jacob B. Conrad, a university trustee and local lumberman. It's located on the east side of the Stetson Green, behind the Carlton Union Building and next to Sage Hall. The main part of Conrad Hall was designed by Litchfield Colton, who was an instructor in ironwork and mechanical drawing at Stetson University. Its gambrel roof and overall shape help distinguish it as Dutch Colonial Revival style. The exterior is made of buff sandstone. Conrad Hall has a resident assistant on every floor who helps students by providing opportunities to develop deep and meaningful relationships not just with their roommates, but with members of the entire building.

Physical Address: 516 N. Bert Fish Dr., DeLand, FL 32723

Approximate Capacity: 83

Amenities and Features

Room Layout

Room Amenities

  • Room Rate Type Available: Shared Community, Individual Community
  • Rooms come with self-loftable XL twin bed, dresser, desk and desk chair
  • Built-in closet
  • Utilities included: electricity, HVAC, water, sewer, trash, recycling, and Wi-Fi/internet and Ethernet

General Amenities

  • Community-style bathrooms on each floor; two all-gender bathrooms
  • First-floor community spaces with couches, study tables, and television
  • Central full community kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, cabinet storage, and stove
  • Open study lounges on each floor
  • First-floor laundry facilities
  • Drink and snack vending machines
  • Building Card Access
  • Parking Map: Central Zone, Lots 17, 22, or 54


  • Building Supervisor: Residential Life Coordinator for Area 2
  • Three Resident Assistants
  • Live-in professional staff member

Other Details

Who Can Live Here?

Conrad Hall is home to first-year and upper-division students in the Honors and Bonner Programs. This community is gendered by floor (first and third female, second male).

Meet the Resident Assistants of Conrad Hall.


Conrad Hall FAQ


The Honors and Bonner residential learning program is designed for new and continuing students who desire to strengthen their commitment to the Honor & Bonner core values. It is open to any student accepted to the Honors/Bonner programs or both, this co-ed community-style building offers a supportive environment for those students committed to the rigors of the Honors Program curriculum or Bonner community service internship.

They support each other's academic endeavors and are inspired both academically and globally to challenge their perceptions of the world and expand their understanding of their impact on our society. Students in this community are exposed to difficult dialogue, community service, and social engagement experiences that help them explore their horizons and enrich their Stetson experience.


  • Engage the Honors and Bonner students in community activities that unite the programs and personal commitments to social justice, service, and intellectual development
  • Transform not only the students who are directly supported by the Honors & Bonner programs but also the campus and community in which they serve and learn.
  • Cultivate connections on campus and in the broader community.
  • Assist each member of the community in their overall personal, professional, and leadership development.

Program Requirements

  • Reside in Conrad Hall.
  • Engage in Essay writing workshops, Big Talk, World View Q and As organized in the community.
  • Attend at least one success coaching and goal-setting session each, organized by Academic Success.
  • Attend and actively participate in extracurricular conversations, gatherings, and outings organized within or outside the community.

Yes. All incoming new students are guaranteed housing under the university residential requirement. Our goal is for all new students who are admitted, to pay their enrollment deposit, and submit the Residential Living and Learning Housing Agreement to be housed. If you delay deciding to attend, paying your deposit and/or submitting your RLL Housing Agreement, it could affect whether or not you receive an assignment in one of your preferred residence halls or are assigned to expanded/temporary housing. Students who are late in committing to Stetson could be assigned to expanded/temporary housing, which is an assignment in a common area space for a short period, depending on the demand and the date of your deposit.

You will most likely be assigned to a shared bedroom with access to a community bathroom located in close proximity. That means you will be assigned to one of the following halls: Carson/Hollis, Chaudoin (all female), Conrad (Honors/Bonners students), Gordis, Nemec or Smith. (Incoming new students approved for animal-friendly housing will be assigned to University Hall.) This living experience will enable you to meet the greatest number of new people and possibly make the greatest number of new friends. We recognize that living with someone whom you may not know can be challenging at first, but the resident assistant assigned to your floor will be able to work with you and your new roommate to set up expectations and discuss any issues that may arise from time to time during the academic year.  We encourage all students to view this experience as a wonderful opportunity to grow and learn more about themselves as a result.

The dimensions of rooms in Conrad Hall are 11'9" x 14'6". Students can find more information about floor plans and layouts in Housing Central. They should go to the "More" tab and then click "Documents."

As a part of the Stetson residential community, we have compiled a recommended packing list of items we suggest you bring and those that you leave at home. This list is not meant to be all-inclusive, but instead to give you a good idea as to what is and isn't allowed. The list is divided into different areas to help you consider all the items you may want to bring with you. We encourage you to speak with your roommate, prior to moving in, about what each of you can bring to the room due to space and economic considerations. Learn more about our residential policies in our current student website's policy section.

Stetson University has a centralized, full-service post office. All undergraduate students who live on campus are automatically assigned a campus mailbox with a specific unit number. John B. Stetson / 421 N. Woodland Blvd. / Unit #### / DeLand, FL 32723. The #### is your four-digit mailbox/unit number. To avoid delays, make sure to put the mailbox number on all incoming mail and packages.

We recognize that some residential environments and configurations may not be completely accessible to all students. Students who are seeking additional consideration in the housing assignment process or reasonable requests for modifications to their housing assignment must submit a Request for ADA/Accommodation. Learn more about our ADA accommodations process!


Meal Plans are required for residential first-year and sophomore students. Juniors and seniors may choose to participate in the meal plan program. Juniors and seniors wanting to participate in a meal plan should sign up for one each semester. Voluntary meal plan selections roll over from Fall to Spring, learn more by visiting Dine on Campus at Stetson University.

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