Stoke Hall

Stoke Hall
Stoke Hall

Stoke is the largest residence hall at UNH. 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 the residents have easy access to a staff member. We also have an Assistant Hall Director, who is an undergraduate student, and a professional Residence Hall Director to work with students and RAs on a day-to-day basis. Together we develop and maintain a welcoming and healthy community for residents to thrive in.

The 8th floor (short wing) of Stoke offers a gender inclusive restroom.

Getting Here

11 Garrison Avenue
Durham, NH 03824
United States

Hall Theme

  • Paul Professional Partnership (RLC)


Hall Director

Meet Hall Director Roundtree

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    Single Room

    Get creative with your own space in a single room in Stoke Hall.


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    Live Here

    Be a part of the largest hall at UNH!

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    Live Here

    Be a part of the largest hall at UNH!

  • 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
  • Elevator

Room Type Academic Year Rate Per Year

Double Room






Single Room





November, 1966

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.

Peter T. Paul College has a new living-learning community for first-year Paul College students, the Paul Professional Partnership (P3) floor. Professional development activities will take place in this close-knit floor in Stoke Hall for approximately 50 first-year students who will have the chance to learn from upper-class student success coaches who will live on the floor while they work with a dedicated academic advisor on course scheduling and academic planning.

Conveniently located across the street from Paul College, these like-minded students will have opportunities to meet the Dean and Associate Dean of Paul College, to work closely with the Paul College Career and Professional Success Office, and can take part in exclusive networking events and workshops. Additionally, these P3 residents will get the experience of living in one of the largest halls on campus and will have a chance to meet other students from all majors at UNH. If these sound like experiences you want to have at UNH, then this community might be for you!