Stickney Hall is named after Fred G. Stickney, a professor of English who served as the head of the English department from 1925 until 1946.
Stickney Hall is a suite-style residence hall for students who have earned at least 24 semester credits. The majority of the rooms at Stickney Hall are for two people; however, there are a few three-person rooms. In the three-person rooms, there is a separate two-person bedroom and a single bed in the main residence hall room.
New transfer students that are applying for housing for the Fall semester, should apply by March 1st. Priority in assignments is based on each student's cumulative grade point average, credit hours earned and date that the Housing application is submitted.
Constructed: 1949 (Renovated in 1983)
Classification: Coed (single gender by room)
Type: Rooms with private bathrooms and kitchens
Location: Southern corner of campus, near the library & Bibb Graves Hall
Occupancy: 94 (Two students per room, plus a few triple rooms)
Number of Floors: 3
- Two-person and three-person rooms
- Full kitchen with refrigerator and stove
- Height-adjustable beds
- Bathroom with tub in each room
- Bunked beds in most rooms
- Large lounge with computers, printer, TV area, and study space
- On-site laundry room Tiger Bucks-operated washers & dryers