Agnew Hall

 

Agnew Hall provides a new living experience at FHSU, offering students suite-style living with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a common living space, and a kitchenette. This new living space is available to upperclassmen as well as freshmen.

Opened in 2012, Agnew Hall is a part of the two-building Tiger Place complex. It took the place of the original Agnew Hall and kept the namesake of Elizabeth Jane Agnew, a professor and Dean of Women at FHSU from 1910-1943.

 
 

In-Hall Amenities:

  • Bed size: Twin Extra-Long 
  • Room dimensions: approx. 11' x 17'
  • Residents per suite:
  • Floors:
  • Room Amenities: Dresser, desk, bed, open closet 
  • Kitchenette Amenities: Sink, cupboards, microwave, mini-fridge 
  • Living Space Amenities: Sofa, table/chairs, cable hook-up 
  • Bathroom Amenities: Sink, cabinets, shower, toilet, mirror 
  • Laundry: Free laundry facilities, one per floor 
 

Virtual Tour:

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