Philippi Hall houses approximately 200 students in doubles, singles, and 3 and 4 person suites, offering upperclass students attractive living options. Philippi has a kitchen, laundry room, and vending machines on the ground floor. Multiple quiet study areas, a TV lounge with a large flat screen, a conference room that can be reserved by students and groups, and common lounges on each floor offer convenient spaces to hang out or study. A large parking lot behind the hall makes finding a parking space a breeze.
Gender neutral housing is available. You must be 19 years or older or sophomore or above to live in Philippi.
Every single and double room comes with a closet, desk and chair, dresser, and bed for each occupant. Each room has a microfridge and cable tv and high speed internet hookups. Double and single rooms are clustered in wings, and surround a central block of three single-user bathrooms. All windows have mini-blinds for privacy.
Suites include a common living area and a private, en suite bathroom. Common living areas contain a countertop, stainless sink, under counter cabinets, two microfridges and a couch.
Singles measure approximately 9' x 12', doubles 11'6" x 16', singles within suites 8' x 11', and doubles within suites 10'6" x 16'.
Philippi Hall was built in 2001 and is the second newest of our residence halls. It is named after Dr. Harlan Philippi, the first Dean of Lewiston-Auburn College.
WHAT MAKES PHILIPPI HALL A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE
The hall, nicknamed "Chilippi" by its residents, is a place where people enjoy hanging out together. Residents have a wide variety of living options among other upperclass students.