Harriet Tubman Hall


Tubman Hall houses 108 first year coed students. Tubman Hall was in honor of Harriet Tubman, who was born a slave in 1821 near the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Tubman was erected in 1952 and is the oldest female residence hall. Tubman Hall has a main lounge, kitchen, recreation room, laundry rooms and vending area in the lobby. Each room has computer, television and telephone line access. 

 

 

Harriet Tubman Hall
 
On Campus  
Residents Freshman
Building
Style
Traditional
Residence
Floors
3
Building
Capacity
108
Approx. number sharing bath 22
Can stay during breaks No
Carpeted Rooms No
Coin - Free Laundry Yes
Study Lounge No
A/C No
Handicap Accessible  
Monthly
Rent