Handler Hall

Handler Hall
Handler Hall

Handler is one of the newest residence halls on campus. The building houses nine resident assistants, and a full-time professional staff member. Handler is home to the InCEPStion themed floor. Students who are selected for this learning community not only live together, but also share at least one of four classes together, and benefit from knowing and studying with other students in CEPS right where they live. The community is an active one that encourages hard work on academic pursuits, getting involved on campus, learning about our differences, and creating healthy habits.

Handler Hall offers a gender inclusive restroom.

Getting Here


5 DeMeritt Circle
Durham, NH 03824
United States

Hall Theme

  • InCEPStion RLC

 

Hall Director

Meet Hall Director Holly Fosher

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    Double Room

    Share your space with a roommate in a double room in Handler.

     

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    Live Here

    Be part of an active, hard-working community at Handler Hall!

     

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    Live Here

    Be part of an active, hard-working community at Handler Hall!

  • Front and back building entrance doors are automated and unlock and open with remote
  • Roll in access to building 
  • Automatic door opener to front door
  • Braille signs
  • Elevator
  • AC

Room Type Academic Year Rate Per Year

Double Room

 

2019-2020

2020-2021

$7,472

$7,660

Single Room

2019-2020

2020-2021

$8,380

$8,590

Room Type Academic Year Rate Per Year
Suite Double

2019-2020

2020-2021

$8,122

$8,326

Suite Single

2019-2020

2020-2021

$9,032

$9,258

August, 2007

Opened in August 2007. SERC Hall A was renamed to Handler Hall in the Summer of 2013.

Our Residential Learning Community (RLC), InCEPStion is for students in our College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS). Residents in the InCEPStion RLC will live in Handler or Hubbard with some students from CEPS and may find themselves in courses with residents on their floor, as well as an increased opportunity to meet with CEPS faculty members informally. While some students on the floor will share majors in CEPS, there are also many students in the halls who have different majors, offering a wide variety of experiences for residents.