Since 2005, this intentional community hall in Pentland Hills has celebrated and affirmed the cultural experiences of LGBTQ students and their allies.
In addition to a feeling of family, community and respect, Stonewall Hall also offers exciting cultural, educational and social programming. Gender inclusive housing is an additional bonus of living in Stonewall – suitemate gender identity combinations are unlimited.
Pentland Hills is a residence hall featuring six to eight suites per building. Each suite has four double-occupancy rooms, private restrooms and showers, and a living room with a microwave and refrigerator. Pentland Hills is home to approximately 1,230 residents. The number of students living in Stonewall Hall varies each year, but it is always a group of friendly, amazing people.
New and returning students may request the option of living in Stonewall Hall when they apply for housing online.
Gender Inclusive Housing
Students, including first year students, may also request the Gender Inclusive Housing option outside of Stonewall Hall, allowing students to room with another resident regardless of gender identity in a specified residence hall. Gender Inclusive Housing is also available in campus apartments for students who have identified their roommate. Learn more about Gender Inclusive Housing here.
If students need a staff advocate to answer questions or address issues, please contact:
Emily McCoy (she/her/hers)
Resident Accounts Supervisor
Nancy Tubbs (she/her/hers)
Director, LGBT Resource Center
Kelsey Shook (she/her/hers)
Assistant Director for Transitional Initiatives and Retention