Stoke is the largest residence hall at UNH, located near the heart of campus and a short walk to everything downtown has to offer. The community is comprised mostly of freshmen and sophomore students, allowing for great friendships and mentoring to occur in the building. There are two resident assistants (RAs) on every floor so that residents have easy access to a staff member. We also have two professional Hall Directors in the building. to work with students and RAs on a day-to-day basis. Together we develop and maintain a welcoming and healthy community for residents in which to thrive.
Stoke Hall hosts the eGaming themed floor for students with a strong interest in gaming, from all levels of experience, the opportunity to share a gender-inclusive community with other gamers.
All floors have/offer a gender-inclusive restroom.
11 Garrison Avenue
Durham, NH 03824
- Gaming Community
- Transfer Community
Meet Hall Director Melanie Hawthorne (Floors 2-5)
Meet Hall Director John Hodgdon (Floors 6-8)
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Building Floor Plans
Stoke Hall is excited to offer students with a strong interest in gaming, from all levels of experience, the opportunity to share a gender-inclusive community with other gamers. Located on the fifth floor of Stoke Hall, residents will enjoy the exclusive use of ethernet ports to power their gaming PCs and consoles. From entry level gamers all the way to serious eSports competitors, residents of this community will find and forge friendships in a small group setting based on the common love of gaming.
This community also showcases a common area where gamers can take a break, mingle with others, and enjoy live-streaming or other entertainment on the lounge’s television.
- Front entrance is unlocked and opened by remote
- Roll in access to building
- Roll in access to floors from elevator
- Emergency speaker strobe in all rooms
- Accessible bathrooms
- Accessible laundry
- Accessibility Options
- Inside bike storage
- Laundry Room
- Sand Volleyball court
- Sports courts
- Wi-Fi Internet
- Bunkable Beds
- Loftable Beds
Dedicated in November 17, 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.