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Laurel Hall Building Features

Laurel Hall shares the quad with Pine Hall, and is near to the Scott Student Center, Birch Tree Inn and the Atrium.Photo of Laurel Hall Floor plan

Laurel Hall is a 432-bed suite-style residence that contains four single bedrooms, a bathroom with stall shower and a small common area.

  • The community space has a kitchenette-type unit with a sink, microwave and full-size refrigerator along with some storage space for food items; a small table with four chairs, a couch, club chair, coffee table, and TV cart.
  • Each bedroom has an adjustable long twin bed that can be raised to captain’s height, mattress, three-drawer chest, desk with movable pedestal drawer unit (can be used as a night table), task chair on casters, overhead bookcase storage unit (seven feet wide), tack board, and wardrobe with two doors (half hanging clothes and half shelves), desk and desk chair.
  • Each bedroom door is accessed through a punch code assigned to the resident of the bedroom.
  • Hall office on first floor.
  • Screening room on the first floor.
  • Outdoor basketball and volleyball courts with picnic area and grills.
  • First and second floor lounge space.
  • Floors 2 through 6 are designated as dry (alcohol prohibited) regardless of age.
  • Floors 7 and 8 are eligible for alcohol allowed housing. Please refer to the Guide to Community Living for more details.

Laurel Hall residents are required to have meal plans. 


Contact Information:
(201) 684-7015

Office Hours:

Fall & Spring Semester Hours:
Monday – Friday: 12 PM – Midnight
Saturday & Sunday: 8 PM – Midnight

Summer Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8 AM – 5:15 PM


Laurel Hall’s Helpful Information

Laurel Hall Lounge, Screening Room and Kitchen Reservation System
Laurel Hall's Green Initiative

Laurel Hall recycling containers can be found on the first floor garbage room, next to our Laurel Hall office. General recycling information can be viewed here

Alcohol Allowed Housing

Alcohol Allowed Housing 

Suites within The Village, within the 7th and 8th floors of Laurel Hall, and students enrolled in Graduate School may become Alcohol Allowed.

Residents may become eligible for Alcohol Allowed Housing, beginning on the first day of classes for the semester, as per our Academic Calendar; pending they have complied with the application process.

Application process:

  1. Each resident who is 21 must fill out the alcohol allowed agreement.
  2. Once the alcohol allowed agreement is filled out by all residents who are 21, the residents need to send an email to their hall office to confirm they have all filled out the form.
  3. The hall office will place an alcohol allowed agreement inside, next to the apartment door. It is the residents responsibility to ensure that this agreement is always visible in the allocated spot that it was placed.

Once the above requirements are met, our staff will review the request, and hang an official alcohol allowed sign on the inside of the suite. The agreement must be placed in the holder next to the suite door before alcohol can be present. Until this process is completed, the housing assignment is alcohol prohibited. The agreement is only valid for one semester and Residence Life staff will update the agreement each semester.

Please refer to the Student Handbook for Ramapo’s Alcohol Cannabis, Other Drug and Good Samaritan Policy.



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