Furnald is situated in a prime central location on campus, adjacent to both Alfred Lerner Hall and The School of Journalism. It was renovated in 1996, though it still maintains its original classic style of craftsmanship. The corridor-style setting of Furnald allows a great environment for the first-years and sophomores who live there to interact with each other. The street address for Furnald Hall is 2960 Broadway.
Furnald is 10 stories high with 192 singles and 29 doubles. Each floor contains a separate men’s and women’s bathroom that the residents must share. In addition, a large lounge is situated on every floor that has a sitting area with a cable television on one end, and a kitchen with two ovens and two sinks on the other end. There is also a spacious main lounge on the first floor.
RP Rooms: 201, 324, 424, 524, 624, 724, 824,902, 924, 1010
Furnald Hall houses mostly first-year students with a few lucky sophomores in both the single and double rooms.
“The quality of the facilities and rooms in Furnald is top-notch; it feels more like a hotel than a hall. Also, living with sophomores on my hall was very helpful when I needed advice on what classes to take or which restaurants in the city are the best. Having a single was great as a first-year. Overall, I had a very positive experience in Furnald.”
“Furnald boasts an aesthetically nice living environment that is nothing but pleasant. The halls are quiet, the bathrooms are clean, and the furniture is generally well kept. The brass door knobs [on each of the doors] are also a nice touch.”
|Residence Hall Details|
In the Basement
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|Wireless in Main Lounge:||Yes|
|Computer Lab:||1st Floor|
Kitchen: Daily, M-F
Bathroom: Daily, M-F