ABOUT THE COMMUNITY
Philippi Hall is home to the International Community floor, which pairs international and domestic students who share and learn about other cultures, traditions and languages. Residents have travelled together to Portland for dining experiences and have gone on camping trips, among other things. During Culture Share programs, IC students offer peers insight into their lives and often include culinary presentations.
Philippi Hall is also home to STEM Honors, an honors program for exceptional Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics majors. There is an application process for STEM majors; interested students should contact Mike Wing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Philippi's doubles, singles, and 3 and 4 person suites offer upperclass students attractive living options. Philippi has a newly remodeled kitchen, laundry facilities, vending machines, multiple quiet study areas, a TV lounge with a large flat screen, a conference room that can be reserved by students and groups, Ping Pong and pool tables, common lounges on each floor and an elevator. A large, convenient parking area 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.
We are happy to have faculty member Krista Meinersmann, Associate Professor in the School of Nursing, in residence. She works closely with the SENSE living learning community.
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.
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.
All windows have mini-blinds for privacy.
Philippi has hosted events such as self-defense classes, pool and Ping pong tournaments and floor dinners.
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.
Philippi Hall is located across from the student center and dining hall and just down the hill from the Costello Sports Complex. It is also a short walk across the parking lot from the baseball and softball fields.
WHAT MAKES PHILIPPI HALL A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE
The hall has been nicknamed "Chilippi" by its residents, because everyone enjoys hanging out together. Philippi also offers a wide variety of living options.