Emry Hall

Emry Hall, built in 1968 named after Dr. June Emry, a former DSU professor, is a co-ed hall that accommodates upper-class students located on the northeast corner of campus. The Emry Hall experience will offer new, transferring, and returning students the guidance and a living learning community experience with educational and social programming and activities.

Emry Hall Amenities:

The four residence halls on campus are a little different. Each offers a different experience but there are common things that you can anticipate from each hall.

  • A nice sized lobby with a big screen television, and lounge couches,
  • Vending machines,
  • Kitchen
  • Study/private conversation room,
  • Laundry facilities (coin or university card operated)
  • Air conditioning
  • Common hallways are carpeted

Student Room Furnishings:

DSU varies from style of rooms, either living in a single or double room, carpet or tile, you will always find:

  • Network ready for computer usage (entire hall is wireless)
  • Internet, cable, television, local telephone services area all provided as part of a payment of the per semester housing fee.
  • 1 extra long twin size bed per person/room.
  • 1 desk and chair per person/room.
  • Open closets with a 3 drawer chest-of-drawer

Last Updated: 6/4/14