Stone Hall from an aerial photo.

Residence Halls

Living on campus doesn’t mean being confined to a cold, impersonal “dorm.” You’ll be living in a place filled with plenty of interesting people, events and activities where life-long relationships are made. What makes each residence hall and/or apartment community unique? Its people! Each building thrives on the involvement of the students living there. No matter where you choose to reside, you’ll find wonderful traditions to enjoy. Also, by getting involved, you can play an active role in planning traditional events and creating future “classics.”

Located at both the north and south ends of campus, Montclair State University residential facilities offer a variety of buildings that allow students different living style options. The facilities include traditional double-loaded corridors and suite-style arrangements as well as apartment communities. Each residence facility has its own personality as determined not only by its physical structure, but also by the staff and the people who live there.

Each residence hall is self-contained with its own lounges, recreation areas, study rooms and a variety of services. In addition to this, each student’s room is equipped with the basic amenities-beds, dressers, closets, desks, chairs and draperies. Residents are strongly encouraged to bring personal items from home and decorate to give the space its own special character.

Several of the facilities also house Living Learning Communities for students who share common interests.


The exterior of Bohn Hall from a lower angle.

Bohn Hall

Capturing a scenic view of the New York City skyline, Bohn Hall’s 16 floors house a resident community of approximately 500 students.

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The exterior of Blanton Hall from a very high angle.

Blanton Hall

Blanton Hall, one of the largest of the residence halls, was built in the early 1980s and is designed to promote a comfortable living environment.

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The front exterior of Sinatra Hall from an elevated angle taken across the street.

Frank Sinatra Hall

Located along Clove Road on the western edge of the campus, Sinatra Hall is a six story residential facility containing 303 beds.

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The exterior of Freeman Hall from a slightly elevated angle.

Freeman Hall

Located near the University entrance on the southeast corner of the campus is Freeman Hall.

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The front exteriors of Hawk Crossings from an aerial angle.

Hawk Crossings

Housing 350 upperclassmen, Hawk Crossings is a garden apartment community at the western edge of campus.

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The exterior of Machuga Heights and Sam's place from an aerial view.

The Heights

The Heights, Montclair State University’s newest residence halls complex opened in the fall 2011.

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The exterior of Russ Hall from an aerial view showing the full-length of the building.

Russ Hall

Russ Hall provides suite-style accommodations for approximately 100 students

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The exterior of Stone Hall from an elevated angle on a cloudy day.

Stone Hall

Constructed in 1955, Stone Hall remains Montclair State’s oldest continuous residential community. This 140-bed traditional facility houses students on gender specific floors.

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A full exterior shot of the Village Apartments from a very high angle.

The Village

On the northwest corner of campus sits The Village at Little Falls, an 848-bed apartment-style complex consisting of four residential buildings and an administrative building.

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