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Located at 129 E. 13th Street, Lichty Hall was part of the Fraternity Dormitory Complex built in 1962, housing members of the Knickerbocker Fraternity. It was renamed in 1975 in honor of Elizabeth Lichty, a former Dean of Women Students and Professor of French from 1939-1947.
Lichty Hall is home to 48 residents and the forming Day1 STEM research community. This is an exciting new partnership that connects students academic, research and social lives living in community. This is a co-educational program for first-year students who opt into this program and will have close connections to faculty, research assistants, and Hall staff (RD and RA).
Lichty is furnished with 80"-long twin beds that can be bunked or used as separate beds. The floors are tiled but you can put carpet or rugs down. The rooms are furnished with two beds, desks with chairs, and two dressers. Blinds are furnished on windows. There are also telephone and internet connections available in each room. A computer lab, laundry room, and lounges are also found in Lichty.