Renovated in 2002, Stout Hall is home to the Honors College Living Learning Program. Students participating in the Honors College live on the first three floors of the Hall, and utilize the classrooms in the basement. The fourth floor is open to any non-freshmen student and features all single rooms. The hall is co-ed, with men and women living on separate wings. Stout houses approximately 330 students.
All of the units in Stout are unique in that they feature a sink in each room. They are also fully furnished, and offer computer network connections, and cable TV. Stout’s original architecture and character were preserved during the renovation as evidenced by the formal living room, piano parlors, and ornate details.
Stout Hall offers only nine month contracts. Each floor has a comfortable lounge for studying, watching TV, or gathering with friends. Stout Hall is a non-smoking hall, and is alcohol free.
- Double Rooms on floors 1, 2, and 3
- Single Rooms on the 4th floor
- Each resident on the first, second, or third floors gets a twin bed and mattress, desk, desk chair, dresser, and built-in closet; 4th floor single rooms have a full size bed.
- Cable TV outlet in room
- High Speed Ethernet connection for each resident
- Nine Month Contracts Only
- Co-Ed by Wing
- Open to all classfications
- On-site free laundry facility
- Community kitchen in each floor lounge
- Classrooms in basement
- Limited Hour Desk Service
- Near-by recreation areas including basketball and volleyball
Floor Plan Layout
Double Bedroom at OSU Stout Hall:
Single Bedroom option on 4th Floor of OSU Stout Hall:
Dimensions of OSU Traditional Style Dorm Double Bedroom:
Living Learning Programs