|In Honor of:||Joel & Anne Moskowitz|
|Capacity:||100 Students, 3 Resident Assistants, 1 Resident Director|
|For more information:||Office of Residence Life|
Originally built as a men's residence hall, Moskowitz Hall is now co-ed, with males on both the first and third floors, and females on the second floor. There are fifty rooms in total. Currently, approximately 100 students reside in Moskowitz Hall along with their three RA's (one on each floor) and one RD. Together, they create a friendly and vibrant living environment.
The occupancy of Moskowitz Hall is a bit larger than other first year residence halls (i.e., Cannon and Barresi) but still smaller than Alfred's largest first year hall (Openhym). The number of residents living in Moskowitz Hall makes it easy to meet many new people and learn a great deal about others, but it is not too overwhelming for a new student. Residents of Moskowitz Hall also enjoy a spacious main lounge where many gather and enjoy movie nights, programs by RA's, birthday parties, and a number of other community activities.
Having an area in the building where studying and group projects can be completed is very convenient. However, there is also plenty to do on study breaks in Moskowitz Hall. For example, we have a pool table and ping pong table in the building that many residents like to use for tournaments or impromptu games. Moskowitz Hall is located very close to hiking trails and a picnic area. Overall, Moskowitz Hall residents enjoy a diverse population of peers that work together and utilize the facilities that are found within their residence hall to create a home away from home.What Students Say...
"Best view of rural life - - cows graze on green hills!"
"Indoor bike rack is a plus – the campus is a great place to mountain bike for a break from studies."
"You get great calf muscles walking up the hill!"
"We are centrally located between Ade and Powell Dining Halls."
"There is always a lot of activity going on in the main lounge, like movie nights and birthday parties!"
"Definitely feels like we have the biggest rooms on campus. There is more than enough room for all our stuff!"