Schiff Hall, as well as its close neighbor Harrington Hall, gaze out upon the North-Quad where you will frequently find students studying, playing Frisbee, and catching up with friends. Schiff has traditionally been home to the Adventure Education Program.
👤 Capacity: 80
🏠 Types of rooms: singles, doubles, quads
🍎 Meal Plan: required
💁 Who lives here: primarily first-year students on co-educational floors
🏨 1 extra-long twin-size bed
📖 desk with drawers
🚽 bathrooms: 2 per floor, except the first floor
🎦 lounges (2 on first floor, third floor), study room (third floor)
💻 computer lab (garden level)
🍴 kitchenette (first floor)
🌀 full free laundry (garden level, first floor, second floor)
📶 free wifi and cable
♒ heat capable per room
First-year students have the opportunity to live in the Adventure Education community, which provides residents the opportunity to engage in outdoor activities and to live with a close-knit community of like-minded individuals who have the desire to enjoy and learn from outdoor experiences.
Adventure education uses outdoor experiences as a forum for teaching important skills and abilities applicable to all aspects of life at the university and beyond. In the past, outdoor experiences have included backpacking, canoeing, mountain biking, sea kayaking and cross-country skiing. As part of the university's co-curriculum, Adventure Education supports growth in integrity, leadership, social awareness and appreciation of diverse ways of knowing and being. Residents of the Adventure Education community in Schiff have the opportunity to work collaboratively with Puget Sound Outdoors and the Residence Hall Association for the community to organize activities and excursions that are of interest to the community.
Prior experience with outdoor activities is not required. Incoming students wishing to apply for the Adventure Education community should indicate their interest on their Housing Application available in myPugetSound mid April.