Shippensburg University is constructing new suite-style residence halls designed for the comfort, convenience, and safety of its students.
The first phase of construction was competed with the opening of three new halls in December 2012 (Presidents Hall, Seavers Hall, and McLean Hall II).
The second phase of construction involved the demolition of three traditional halls on the west side of campus. In their place, three new suite-style residence halls are underway. Keiffer, Lackhove, and McCune opened in the Fall 2014.
The four-story buildings feature suitestyle living with bathrooms shared by no more than two students. Air conditioning, carpeting, and living spaces will make you feel right at home. Choose from four options at different price points.
Because your learning experience is our primary mission, the new student housing incorporates multipurpose programming areas and generous study and social lounges designed to enhance your academic and personal success.