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Harriet Tubman Hall

Harriet Tubman Hall

Tubman Hall houses 108 first-year female 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 has a main lounge, kitchen, recreation room, laundry rooms and vending area. Computer, television and telephone lines are available in each room.

Residence Hall Facts 

Residents Freshman
Building Style Traditional
Residence Floors 3
Building Capacity 108
Approx # Sharing Bath 22
Laundry Yes
Air Conditioning No
Handicap Accessible Yes