Chávez Hall and Tubman Hall
Chávez/Tubman offers single rooms in a shared suite and has a variety of lounge spaces on every floor as well as a classroom / multipurpose spaces and a green roof that connects the two residence halls. This area is reserved for undergraduate students of U3 and U4 University standing and who are not on residential probation.
Chávez Hall will be centered around volunteerism, activism and civic engagement through the lense of service learning. Residents can apply to be a part of Chávez Community Changers (C3) living learning community which focuses on these topics.
Tubman Hall will be centered around social, economic, and political inequalities that are impacting the local, campus, and global communities. Residents can apply to be a part of Socially Just Seawolves living learning community which focuses on these topics.
Yang Hall and Lauterbur Hall
Yang and Lauterbur offer double rooms in a shared suite. Lauterbur Hall is home of the Second Year Living Community. The Second Year Living Community, or 2YLC, is a program designed to foster success and growth in students during their second year of college.
Yang Hall is for continuing student housing and the first year honor's college community.
Chávez Hall and Tubman Hall are located off of Toll Drive and can be found on the Campus Map in quadrant D3 are located close to East Side Dining, Staller Center, Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook Union, Campus Recreation Center, Academic Mall, and more!
Nobel Halls are located on Roosevelt Drive and can be found on the Campus Map in quadrant B5 and are located close to West Side Dining, LIRR train station, Engineering Quad, and more!
Residents participating in Ice Bucket Challenge
If you have any questions about Chávez, Tubman, and Nobel, please contact us.For information about housing rates, please visit the Rates and Fees Page.