Haaland Hall

Haaland Hall
Haaland Hall

Completed in 2008, Haaland Hall houses students from a diverse array of backgrounds and represent many different identities and personalities. It is home to many CEPS and COLSA students due to its close proximity to the Engineering school in Kingsbury Hall and the new residential learning community for Environmental Sustainability for first-year students. Haaland houses singles, doubles, triples, and in four and five person suites. There is a community kitchen, laundry room, lots of study space, several TVs, two academic classrooms, and air-conditioning, as well as a volleyball court outside.

Haaland Hall offers a gender inclusive restroom.

Getting Here


27 DeMeritt Circle
Durham, NH 03824
United States

Hall Theme

  • Environmental Sustainability Learning Community (RLC)

 

Hall Director

Meet Hall Director Halie Laviolette

  • entrance to Haaland Hall

    Live Here

    Haaland is home to a group of unique individuals with a vast array of programs to match!

     

  • haaland-ice-cream

    Live Here

    Haaland is home to a group of unique individuals with a vast array of programs to match!

  • haaland-outside-program

    Live Here

    Haaland is home to a group of unique individuals with a vast array of programs to match!

  • Building entrance unlocked and opened by remote
  • Roll in access to building
  • Automatic door opener for front door
  • Braille signs
  • Elevator
  • AC

Room Type Academic Year Rate Per Year

Double Room

 

2020-2021

2021-2022

$7,660

$7,738

Single Room

2020-2021

2021-2022

$8,590

$8,676

Room Type Academic Year Rate Per Year
Suite Double

2020-2021

2021-2022

$8,326

$8,410

Suite Single

2020-2021

2021-2022

$9,258

$9,352

August, 2008

Opened in August 2008. SERC C was renamed to Haaland Hall in the summer of 2013.

Are you going to be a student in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture (COLSA)? Are you interested in conservation and sustainability of the natural world? Are you interested in living and learning with students who share the same passion? First-year students will live together on a floor in Haaland Hall and form a creative environment for group studying and social interaction. Haaland Hall is one of our newest residence halls and is located close to the science buildings. This is an exciting opportunity to live and learn alongside like-minded students with an interest in exploring environmental issues and sustainability across disciplines and gain a global perspective!

Incoming first-year students majoring in Community and Environmental Planning, Environmental Conservation and Sustainability and Environmental Science or students who take NR 435 to fulfill their Environment, Technology and Society Discovery requirement are eligible to live in this learning community.