Nemec Hall

Located across from Smith Hall and next to Hatter Hall, Nemec Hall serves as home to 150 co-ed new students in shared-occupancy and single-occupancy rooms with community-style bathrooms. Built in 1966, Nemec Hall is made up of five individual sections or “pods” where students live (Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Epsilon) and one central pod that features a full kitchen and laundry room. Each floor of every pod has about 15 students and features a common room in the center for students to hang out, study and relax which creates a tight community for those students. Nemec Hall has a resident assistant (R.A.) in every pod that helps students by providing opportunities to develop deep and meaningful relationships not just within their pod and their roommates, but with members of the entire building. Nemec Hall also houses the full-time live-in residential life coordinator's (R.L.C.) office in the central pod.


  • Full community kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, cabinet storage, oven and stove.
  • Community spaces with couches, television and wireless internet access.

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