Lakeland University's campus features a variety of student housing options with different layout and roommate options. Check out the details and floor plans of your new home away from home!
Many colleges, especially those embedded in big cities, offer cookie-cutter dorms and little else. But here at Lakeland, you’ll experience various types of residential environments and eventually settle into the one that suits your lifestyle best.
Lakeland has been approved to construct two new residence halls to serve freshman and sophomores. We estimate the first new residence hall will be open for the fall of 2022, and the second for the fall of 2023.
These two new halls will provide Lakeland with 396 beds.
This will be Lakeland’s single-most comprehensive project and physical investment in its main campus.
Coupled with the recent multi-million dollar renovations of the Younger Family Campus Center and Taylor Field and the advent of our Cooperative Education program, this investment will position Lakeland for future growth for decades to come.
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Brotz Hall is located on the north end of the Lakeland campus. It offers a unique coed facility with room for 96 students on three floors. Brotz Hall features a pod-style layout. There are 12 pods with each pod containing three double rooms, two single rooms and two restrooms with shower and bath. A pair of pods share a large living area, kitchen, and study. The bedrooms are large and fully carpeted. Common areas include a comfortable lounge with a fireplace, a computer lab, classrooms and plenty of study space. Brotz Hall is both alcohol- and tobacco-free.
Lakeland's inviting two-story Stephen A. Gould Hall is an "L" shaped building that consists of two housing sections separated by a common activity area. It features 64 beds in eight student housing apartments. Each housing pod in the new hall includes three double rooms, two single rooms, a living room, kitchen and two restrooms sharing a common counter area. The common activity area on the first floor is two stories high and includes a commons room, restrooms, and a small kitchen. It features a large fireplace and is designed for relaxation, study, meetings and special events. South hall is tobacco-free.
Muehlmeier hall is located near the south end of campus. The hall houses 110 students on two floors, and are made up of sophomores and above, but are open to all students. Muehlmeier hall features a large main lounge furnished with big-screen televisions, computer stations, kitchens, pool tables, and ping-pong tables.
Krueger Hall, located on the north end of campus, is a residence hall that houses 108 students on four floors. Krueger is a freshmen-only hall. Rooms in Krueger are generous in size and carpeted. A main lounge on the first floor is furnished with a big-screen television, piano, computer station, and adjacent kitchen. Smaller study lounges are available on other floors. All areas of Krueger are alcohol-free and tobacco-free.
The suites in Friedli and Hofer, found on the north end of campus near the Wehr Center, offer suite-style living for upperclassmen. Each suite contains four double bedrooms and shares a bathroom. The Hofer side of the suites houses chapter rooms for Lakeland's six Greek organizations. All areas of these halls are tobacco-free.
Hill and Morland Houses are four-person apartments with two double rooms, a large living room, kitchen and study lounge. Kurtz House offers six-person apartments with two double rooms, two single rooms, two restrooms, a large living room and kitchen. Together, all of the apartments house 112 students. All three houses are fully furnished, air-conditioned and have carpeted living rooms and bedrooms. The houses also have lockable storage rooms within each four-unit section and feature either a patio or deck that overlooks the campus lagoon. All three houses have adjacent student parking. All three houses are tobacco-free.