Aerial view of campus with Williamsport, the Susquehanna River and Bald Eagle Mountain as a backdrop

Skeath Hall

Skeath Hall Skeath Hall

Skeath Hall houses approximately 215 first-year students in 2 person rooms and is co-ed by floor/wing. Located at the southeast side of campus, on Franklin Street, Skeath Hall was built in 1965 and is named after J. Milton Skeath, former Dean of the College.

Quick Facts:

  • Four story co-ed building with gender-specific community bathrooms
  • Rooms are approximately 13' x 15'
  • Windows in each room are approximately 46" wide x 60" high; each room has 1 window.
  • All rooms have wireless internet capability
  • Each room includes: an extra long twin bed, dresser, desk, desk chair and closet for each resident
  • Rooms have tile floors
  • A spacious lounge with large screen TV and a kitchenette and vending area on the first floor
  • Two laundry areas on the first floor
  • Also located in this building: First Year Student Residential Life Coordinator's Office

Skeath Hall Skeath Hall

Skeath room layout