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Stoke Hall

Alexander Hall Alexander Hall Fall
Alexander First Floor Lounge
Alexander Double

 

Features

  • 611 residents
  • co-ed
  • volleyball and basketball courts
  • barrier-free environment (accessibility)
  • elevator
  • center of campus location
  • large percentage of first-year students!

History

  • Dedicated 17 November 1966
  • Named in honor of Harold Walter Stoke
  • Administrator, author, teacher, and public servant. President of the University from 1944 to 1947. His brilliant leadership of the University during the post war years characterized his entire extraordinary career. A minister's son, Stoke had earned his PH.D. at Johns Hopkins. He was a Professor of Political Science and Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Nebraska and had been Assistant Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Wisconsin.

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Stoke Community

Stanley Horton Hall Director - Stanley Horton

  • Undergraduate degree:  BA in Political Science from Siena College
  • Graduate degreeMA in Student Affairs in Higher Education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania

For an inside look at life in Stoke Hall, visit Res-Life's Stoke Hall community pages

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