Schenley Quad.

Hall 2 Pitt

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Amos Hall.
Amos Hall

Amos Hall is part of the Schenley Quadrangle and houses nine sororities. 135 upper-class residents live in sorority suites featuring a kitchen, private bathrooms, living room, and chapter room. Laundry facilities are located on each floor. The Schenley Quadrangle Fitness Center is located in Brackenridge Hall and available to all Schenley Quadrangle residents. 

Amos Hall is supported by the resident director and resident assistants residing in nearby Holland Hall.

Bouquet Gardens.
Bouquet Gardens

Bouquet Gardens accommodates 651 students in 172 units throughout nine air-conditioned buildings. Apartments in buildings A-H include four single bedrooms. All four-person apartments in Bouquet Gardens include two bathrooms. Bouquet Gardens apartments are furnished with a living room, dining area, and kitchen with refrigerator, dishwasher, stove and microwave.

Bouquet J offers 12 four-bedroom apartments, 35 three-bedroom apartments, and one two-bedroom apartment. In addition to amenities offered in other Bouquet buildings, Bouquet J includes a flat screen television in every living room.

Brackenridge Hall.
Brackenridge Hall

Brackenridge Hall is part of the Schenley Quadrangle and houses 205 upper-class students in four - and five-person suites. Each suite features a MicroFridge and a private bathroom. The building also has several single and double rooms that do not include a MicroFridge. Laundry facilities are located in the building's penthouse. 

The Schenley Quadrangle Fitness Center is located in Brackenridge Hall and available to all Schenley Quadrangle residents. The Pitt Shop is on the lowest level of Brackenridge, accessible from Forbes Avenue.

A resident director and nine resident assistants are on staff for the Schenley Quadrangle.

Bruce Hall.
Bruce Hall

Part of the Schenley Quad, Bruce Hall houses 192 first-year students in four and six-person suites. Each suite features a kitchenette with refrigerator and one or more private bathrooms. Laundry facilities are available on all floors, and residents have access to the Brackenridge Hall Fitness Center. Bruce Hall is home to the Pitt Business First-Year Living Learning Community.

Forbes Street Market and the UPS Store are on the lowest level of Bruce Hall and are accessible from Forbes Avenue.

A Resident Director and nine Resident Assistants are on staff.

Centre Plaza Apartments.
Centre Plaza Apartments

Centre Plaza Apartments house 197 students in 67 air-conditioned and furnished apartments that accommodate between one to three students. The kitchens include microwaves, garbage disposals, and dinettes, as well as refrigerators, stoves, and dishwashers.

Forbes Hall.
Forbes Hall

Located on Forbes Avenue, Forbes Hall houses 232 first-year students in air-conditioned double rooms. Some of the doubles have adjoining semi-private powder rooms. There are communal showers, a kitchenette, and a laundry area on each floor. There are internet e-mail kiosks and a student mail center in the lobby of Forbes Hall. The First-Year Engineering Living Learning Community is located in Forbes Hall. Each wing of Forbes Hall has a study room. A large recreation room with fitness equipment is on the second floor, and a rooftop patio overlooks Forbes Avenue. 

A Resident Director and eight Resident Assistants are on staff.

Forbes-Craig Apartments
Forbes-Craig Apartments

Located across from the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Forbes-Craig Apartments house students in the University Honors College. The 39 furnished apartments accommodate 102 upper-class students in single and double bedrooms. One Honors College staff member resides in the building. 

Fraternity Complex.
Fraternity Complex

University Housing offers on-campus group housing options for Pitt fraternities. Residents can enjoy the convenience of campus life while also participating in their chapter house community.

We currently host four undergraduate Greek chapters in houses near Sutherland Hall. Thanks to their unique location, these buildings are commonly referred to as “the hill houses.” Each building features open common areas for chapter activities and a full kitchen, along with standard University housing amenities. Standard amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, standard cable, and maintenance services.

Holland Hall.
Holland Hall

Part of Schenley Quad, Holland Hall houses 600 first-year students in single, double, triple, and quadruple accommodations. There is a kitchenette on each floor as well as communal bathrooms and showers. The penthouse features a lounge, study area, and laundry facility, and residents have access to the Brackenridge Hall Fitness Center. 

The University Store on Fifth is on the ground floor of Holland Hall, accessible from either Schenley Quad or from Fifth Avenue.

A Resident Director and 18 Resident Assistants are on staff.

Irvis Hall.
Irvis Hall

Irvis Hall is located on upper campus, adjacent to the Petersen Events Center. The building houses 420 residents, primarily upper-class students, in air-conditioned four-person suites and doubles with private baths.

An open lounge and laundry facilities are located on each floor. The commons area contains a fitness center, a meeting room, and a student mail center. A new community kitchen is also available for shared resident use, complete with a stovetop, oven, refrigerator, and other cooking utilities.

Irvis Hall houses the upper-class Health Sciences Living Learning Communities. A resident director and seven resident assistants are on staff. 

Litchfield Tower A.
Litchfield Tower A

Litchfield Tower A houses 664 first-year students in air-conditioned doubles. There are communal bathrooms and showers on each floor. A TV/study lounge is on every third floor. 

A Resident Director and 18 Resident Assistants are on staff.

Litchfield Tower B.
Litchfield Tower B

The largest of the three Litchfield Towers, Tower B houses 769 first-year students in air-conditioned double rooms. There are communal bathrooms and showers on each floor. A TV/study lounge is on every third floor.

A Resident Director and 21 Resident Assistants are on staff.

Litchfield Tower C.
Litchfield Tower C

Tower C houses 435 first-year and upper-class students in air-conditioned single rooms. There are communal bathrooms and showers on each floor. A TV/study lounge is on every third floor. 

A Resident Director and 15 Resident Assistants are on staff.

Lothrop Hall.
Lothrop Hall

Located in the heart of the renowned University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Lothrop Hall houses 723 first-year students in single and double rooms. Most rooms are equipped with a sink, and each wing has a communal bathroom and shower on each floor. There is a lounge on every floor in Lothrop Hall, as well as a community kitchen, fitness center, laundry room, and mail center on the lobby level. 

A Resident Director and 15 Resident Assistants are on staff.

McCormick Hall.
McCormick Hall

McCormick Hall is located in the Schenley Quadrangle. McCormick Hall houses 132 upper-class students in three-, six-, and seven-person suites. Each suite features a kitchenette with a microwave and refrigerator and one or more private bathrooms. Laundry facilities are available in the penthouse. The Schenley Quadrangle Fitness Center is located in Brackenridge Hall and is available to all Schenley Quadrangle residents. Adjoining McCormick Hall is the William Pitt Union.

A resident director and nine resident assistants are on staff for the Schenley Quadrangle.

Nordenberg Hall.
Nordenberg Hall

Nordenberg Hall houses 559 first-year students in air-conditioned doubles and triples. Each floor offers a large lounge area, smaller study lounges, communal bathrooms, and a laundry room. Special building features include a fitness center and two music practice rooms. The Health and Wellness Center, consisting of the Student Health Service and the University Counseling Center, is located on the second floor of the building, and is accessible from University Place. The University Pharmacy, a PNC bank, and an AT&T store are located on the first floor, which is accessible from Fifth Avenue.

A Resident Director and 16 Resident Assistants are on staff. 

Panther Hall.
Panther Hall

Located on upper-campus, Panther Hall offers amazing views of Oakland. Panther Hall houses 511 upper-class students. The building features air-conditioned three-person and five-person suites, as well as doubles with private baths. There is an open lounge, a study area, and laundry facility on every floor. The commons area contains a fitness center, a meeting room, and a student mail center. A new community kitchen is also available for shared resident use, complete with a stovetop, oven, refrigerator, and other cooking utilities.

Panther Hall houses three Living Learning Communities: upper-class Engineering, upper-class Service to Others, and Multicultural. 

A resident director and 10 resident assistants are on staff.

Ruskin Hall.
Ruskin Hall

Ruskin Hall is located near the Cathedral of Learning on the eastern edge of campus. Newly renovated Ruskin Hall houses 416 students in one-, two-, and three-person apartments and single-person efficiency apartments. The air-conditioned, furnished apartments include private baths and kitchens with a refrigerator, stove, microwave, and dishwasher. Ruskin Hall offers basic cable television hookups in each living area and bedroom, and an internet connection in each bedroom. The building's common areas also offer wireless Internet access. Each unit and all common areas are equipped with sprinklers and regularly scheduled fire drills are conducted. No student parking is available. 

Sutherland Hall.
Sutherland Hall

Adjacent to the Petersen Events Center, Sutherland Hall houses 740 first-year students in air-conditioned doubles with semi-private bathrooms. There is a TV or study lounge on every floor. The east and west wings of Sutherland Hall share a newly renovated lobby comprising the Perch at Sutherland dining facility, Campus Coffee & Tea Co, a newly renovated convenience store, a computer center, and student mail center. There is also a fitness center, community kitchen, laundry facility, and a meeting room on the ground floor of each wing. An additional Panther Central office, Panther Central Express, is located in the lobby and services students Monday through Friday from 10:00am - 6:00pm. 

Sutherland Hall is home to the First-Year University Honors College Living Learning Community. 

A Resident Director and 16 Resident Assistants are on staff.