Stone Hall

Under Construction and not in use at this time.

Constructed in 1955, Stone Hall remains Montclair State's oldest continuous residential community. This 140-bed traditional facility houses students on gender specific floors. Five Community Assistants supervise Stone Hall residents in a small setting that inspires community spirit.

The Stone Hall Community enjoys the use of a large recreation lounge on the main floor and smaller study lounges on each residential floor. With close proximity to Blanton, Bohn, and Webster Halls, Stone Hall residents can easily interact with the rest of the campus community at the outdoor quad area.

Please note that the room layout shown above represents a general building floor plan. Some rooms may differ from this layout.

 

 

Typical Stone Hall Double Room

Stone

Building Features:

  • Two floors and a basement
  • Gender specific floors
  • Singles and doubles
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Community bathroom on each wing of each floor

Stone Hall Room Features:

  • Single or bunked beds
  • Desks with Chairs
  • Wardrobes or closets and dressers
  • Individual internet and University network access
  • Wired for 78 cable TV channels including HBO, ESPN, and MTV