Welcome To Mackin Hall!
Mackin Hall is adjacent to the Trustees Pavilion Restaurant. Mackin Hall houses First Year students and is home to the
First Year Learning Community (FLC). Residence Description
Mackin Hall is a five-story building, with elevator access, that houses about 250 students. Mackin Hall rooms are configured with a shared bedroom and bathroom for two first year students. The bedroom measures approximately: 14’-7” x 15′.
Furnishings include bed frame, mattress, large desk with rolling pedestal storage unit, desk chair, overhead bookcase/storage, tack board, chest of drawers, and wardrobe. Each bedroom also contains a microwave/refrigerator provided.
Each floor contains a common space lounge. The Mackin Hall Office, laundry room, trash/recycling room, vending machines and resident mailboxes are all found on the first floor.
Take a Virtual Tour Meal Plans
Mackin Hall residents are required to have a meal plan.
More on Meal Plans Designations
Mackin Hall is for First-Year Students and is designated dry (alcohol is prohibited).
Events and Activities on Campus
ResLife Programs Campus Calendar
EWSC Throws Annual Kickback in Laurel Courts
Students in need of some stress-free times, before finals begin, found themselves at the Ebony Women for Social Change’s Annual Kickback. The event, held on April 24, 2019, had great food, music, games and many chances to win different prizes.
Ramapo College Theater’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Opens
Ramapo College Theater Production presents “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” from April 5 through 7 and then April 11 through 13. Through hilarious and enchanting theatrical fantasia, audiences are transported from the repressie world to the unfettered world of the fairy-kingdom and back again. The Shakespeare’s surprising tale encompasses madness, mystery, and magic of love and desire. As it was the first production in the Sharp Theater when the Berrie Center first opened in 1999, it has been produced once more, and directed again by Theater professor Terra Vandergaw. For tickets and more info: www.ramapo.edu/berriecenter/april-may/
Arching the Class of 2019
On May 16, 2019, graduates of Ramapo College of New Jersey participated in the time-honored tradition of Arching. As first-year students, they walked up Mansion Road and through the Arch in the beginning of the fall semester. Then, just before they graduate, students walk back down Mansion Road through the Arch to complete their collegiate journey.
Visual Arts Seniors' Work Featured in "Exposed" Exhibition
The Spring 2019 Senior Thesis Exhibition opened in the Berrie Center’s Kresge and Pascal Galleries on May 8, 2019 and runs through May 14, 2019.
The exhibition features work from 18 graduating senior students in sculpture, drawing and painting, photography, electronic arts and animation, and the interdisciplinary contract major. Titled “Exposed,” the exhibition showcases the students’ creative risk-taking. The faculty curator is Jackie Skrzynski, associate professor of visual arts.
Therapy Dogs Come for Finals Relief
Our friends from Creature Comfort Pet Therapy came to help students de-stress from finals on May 7, 2019. This annual tradition is much beloved by Ramapo College students.
Camps Celebrates Higher Education Day
The Ramapo community came together on April 30, 2019 to celebrate Higher Education Day. There were discussions on issues pertaining to accessibility and affordability of higher education and celebrating EOF’s 50th anniversary. The event contained student speakers, cupcakes, pizza, Italian ice, airbrush tattoo artists and a raffle.
Ramapo College Hosts the Seventh Annual Scholars’ Day Celebration
On April 24, 2019, Ramapo College of New Jersey celebrated student creativity and scholarship at the seventh Scholars’ Day in Friends Hall. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost, Scholars’ Day showcases some of the finest faculty-mentored student creativity and scholarly activities undertaken in 2018-2019. The event contained poster sessions, as well as oral presentations by the students of their outstanding works.
Students Partake in a Holi Celebration on the Bandshell
The South Asian Club hosted its annual Holi event on April 24, 2019. The festival of colors was celebrated with Indian food and throwing colors and water balloons.
Street Dance Activism Workshop at the Arch
Students and faculty gathered at the Arch, on April 4, 2019 to learn about street dance activism from UCLA choreographer/activist Shamell Bell. This event was associated with the Berrie Center exhibition “!!!Public Art???Inquiries, Encounters.”
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