Delurey Hall is located on the southwestern edge of the main campus, adjacent to the Center for Engineering Education & Research. The building traditionally houses 70-90 male and female residents enrolled in the Pursuit of Excellence Learning Community in predominently double and converted triple rooms.
Delurey Hall is named for Rev. Lawrence A. Delurey, OSA, who served as the University's President from 1895-1910.
- Wireless Internet
- Cable Television
- Tile Floor (rooms)
- Carpet Floor - Rooms 401,402,403
- Tile Floor (hallways)
- Lounge on 1st and 2nd floors
- Laundry Room on 1st Floor
Standard Double Room Furnishings
- 2 Beds
- 2 Desks with bookshelf
- 2 Desk chairs
- 2 Wardrobes with drawers
- Vertical Blinds
Tripled Room Furniture
- Bunk Beds and Lofted Bed
- 3 Wardrobes (each with 2 drawers)
- 3 Desks and 3 Desk Chairs
Delurey Hall is NOT air conditioned. For fire safety reasons, window or room air conditioners are NOT permitted. Window fans are permitted and encouraged.
Delurey DOES NOT have overhead lighting in the rooms. Please remember a floor and desk lamp.
Room 1 is a standard Quad (Room is large enough to accommodate 4 students). Students assigned to this room do not receive any type of credit.Furnishings in standard quad room includes 4 desks/chairs and 4 wardrobes and 2 bunk beds.
Rooms 310 and 402 in Delurey are standard triples (rooms are large enough to accommodate 3 students). Students assigned to these rooms do not receive any type of credit. Furnishings in standard triple rooms include 3 desks/chairs and wardrobes, a bunk bed and a lofted bed.
Room 401 is a single.