Opened to residents on August 21, 2017, David L. Soltz Hall is a 7-story, 163,000 square foot structure featuring 135 suites and housing 394 students in 11 single, 37 double, 39 triple & 48 quad configurations. The building's first floor, which is open to the public, features the University Store, and two nationally known restaurants, Chick-fil-A® and QDOBA Mexican Eats®. The second story is home to a collaborative learning space and a rooftop terrace where residents can enjoy the outdoors. The plaza between Soltz Hall and Luzerne Hall includes a gathering space featuring a fire pit as well as the entrance to University Mail Services and the Husky Mail Hub.
The Soltz residential suites are typically occupied by upperclassmen or students with documented needs best met by the accommodations available in the suites.
|Access Control||Card-operated building and room access|
|Laundry||Card-operated using Husky Gold
|Internet||High-speed University wireless (WiFi) network|
|Television||One connection per bedroom|
|Furniture||Movable closets, desks and beds|
|Appliances||Refrigerator and microwave (in common area)|
|Room dimensions||11' 5" x 9' 5" (≅ 110 ft2)|
|Mattress size||80" long|
|Closet size||60"H x 42"W x 24"D
22"H x 30"W x 20"D
|Suite Furniture||Table with two chairs
Super Suites (ending in -38) also include:
• Two arm chairs, two end tables, a coffee table and a loveseat
University Mail Services
QDOBA Mexican Eats®
Approximate dimensions; some rooms may vary
Notice: We do not normally house new freshmen in Soltz Hall or in our on-campus apartments as we believe the best environment for new freshmen, or any new students who have not yet lived on-campus, is in a traditional residence hall. Students living in traditional residence halls with shared bedrooms are more likely to develop new relationships with people of diverse backgrounds, build a stronger sense of community, appreciate and respect the rights of others, and become involved in campus activities and organizations. All of which are important in their growth and development as young adults and to enhance their college experience.