Hatter Hall

Built-in 2006 and located next to Nemec Hall, across from Gordis Hall and behind Public Safety, Hatter Hall consists of two-person suites with individual-occupancy bedrooms. Bathrooms are shared by two students within each suite. Hatter Hall is ADA-accessible with an elevator.

Hatter Hall, 315 E Michigan Ave, DeLand, FL 32724

Approximate Occupancy: 126

Amenities and Features

Room Amenities

  • Layout: Coming Soon
  • Room Rate Type Available: Shared Suite/Private
  • Private bath
  • Rooms come with self-loftable XL twin bed, dresser, desk, and desk chair
  • Built-in closet
    • The closet does not have a door but a curtain with hooks can be hung
  • Utilities included: electricity, HVAC, water, sewer, trash, recycling, Wi-Fi/internet, and Ethernet

General Amenities

  • All Gender Restrooms on each floor
  • Community spaces with couches and television on all three floors
  • Full community kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, cabinet storage and stove
  • Third-floor conference room
  • Drink and snack vending machines
  • Laundry room facilities on each floor
  • Quiet study space on the second and third floors
  • Parking Location: East Zone, 38, 45

Special Options

  • Gender-inclusive housing


Other Details

  • Wheelchair-accessible rooms
  • Open for Winter Break Housing: No
  • Elevator: Yes

Who Can Live Here?

Hatter Hall is an option for upper-division students. This community is open to any gender and mixed-gender rooms are available upon request.

Meet the Resident Assistants of Hatter Hall.


Headshot of Saw Pyae Hsu Zaw

"I like living in Hatter Hall because of the privacy I get. The hall provides a peaceful environment for studying and relaxation."

Saw Pyae Hsu Zaw, Senior

Hatter Hall FAQ

Love where you live. Live where you learn. Discover a lifestyle that keeps you closer to the things happening on campus: friends, classes, dining and boundless opportunities. Students who live on campus have greater opportunities to become involved not only in student organizations across campus but with their residence hall and the people living with them. There is evidence showing that students living on campus have a higher academic achievement, stay in school until graduation at higher rates and are generally more satisfied with their college experience. Recognizing this evidence, Stetson University requires all undergraduate students with less than 90 earned credit hours to live on campus. There are some exceptions to this requirement and this information is outlined in the Residency Exemption.

The dimensions of rooms in Hatter Hall are 12' x 9'. 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!

At Stetson University, we are continually looking for ways to improve the student experience and adapt to the growing needs of the student body to support the success and development of individual students.  We seek to provide diverse opportunities to address these needs, including providing a 24-hour Quiet Community to support students' needs for study, relaxation, and sleep.

"Quiet" is defined as maintaining an environment in your living space that does not produce a sound that extends into the hallways or other student rooms.

The 24-Hour Quiet Community is designed as a designated student residential space that is devoted to maintaining a quiet living environment conducive to relaxing, recharging, concentrated study and sleep for those that reside in the community.  This community is ideal for students who need a noise-controlled environment to focus on serious academic study, students who need minimal distractions in their living and study space, students with sound/noise sensitivity, and students who are light sleepers or those with non-traditional sleep schedules.

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.

Housing Central

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